You may be surprised to learn that SIP or XProtect are disabled, that the SSV isn’t working, or that your security systems are way out of date.
Last week, most of the servers around the world were found to have a serious vulnerability which is trivial to exploit. Even iCloud was affected. How does it affect you?
As Apple silently drops Mojave’s support, it releases a security update to iOS 12, which was originally released a week before Mojave. And its entire AirPort range also seems unsupported now.
A lot has changed in recent versions of macOS over the last couple of weeks. This is a […]
Apple has just released a surprise update to Big Sur, bringing it to version 11.3.1. According to its […]
Apple has just released the update to Big Sur 11.3. It’s huge: for M1 Macs, it weighs in […]
Apple has this evening released yet another ‘patch’ update to Big Sur, bringing it to version 11.2.3. This […]
Now checks whether the sudo vulnerability has been patched, and improves Spotlight search testing too.
The surprise minor update to macOS 11.2.1 is smaller in size than the 11.2 update: around 2.4 GB […]
If you’re using Catalina or Big Sur, you should by now only be obtaining apps from four sources: […]