Now surveys and warns of items like apps which could become impaired with over-enthusiastic stripping of xattrs, etc. Great in Dark Mode too.
A first alpha release, which appears stable and almost fully functional, but will cause havoc if used inappropriately.
Documents and data which you want to remain private can leak via macOS. Here’s a proposal for an app to do something about it. Could it help you?
An overview of some potentially sensitive information stored by macOS in unexpected places. Where to look, and what to do about it.
Some interface tweaks, and a new menubar app which puts these QuickLook cache controls within easy reach.
QuickLook keeps a cache of document thumbnails and previews which can be a security and privacy risk. Here’s why, and a new tool to help you maintain your privacy.
Fuller details have now been published about the EFAIL vulnerabilities in PGP and S/MIME email encryption, at the […]
A major vulnerability has been revealed, and will be detailed very shortly, affecting mail encryption using PGP/GPG and […]
While we were getting worried about Signal’s notifications leak, POPSS was quietly making almost every major operating system vulnerable – because of poor documentation.
Frustrated by the lack of information in Apple’s security release notes? You’re not alone. Over the last year, they have become almost worthless.