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10 Most Common Issues to Know Before You Upgrade to Mac OS Sierra

Despite gathering enormous attention and huge expectations upon its launch, Mac OS Sierra has experienced a series of fall. The culprit for it, are its most common issues that you might have faced until now. For all those who haven’t...Show More Summary

PHP file_get_contents() HTTPS/SSL error on Mac OS - Paul M. Jones

Problem on Mac OS Sierra (10.12.x): Using file_get_contents() for an https resource fails with error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed. This solution appears to be legit, although I am not primarily...Show More Summary

Hide the Giant macOS Sierra Update Banner in the Mac App Store With a Click

If you haven’t updated to macOS Sierra, you’re probably pretty annoyed by the giant banner that appears in the updates tab in the App Store. Thankfully, OS X Daily points out that you can get rid of it. Read more...

Bluetooth headphones on MacBook Air too soft?

I've just migrated from a MacBook Air to a MacBook Pro and am confused that my favorite bluetooth headphones are now really soft. Is there some secret Mac OS X control that lets me make them loud again? The post Bluetooth headphones on MacBook Air too soft? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

Chinese Trojan Hooks Macs, iPhones

“Distrust and caution are the parents of security”–Benjamin Franklin A recent threat targeting Chinese users of Mac OS X and iPhone came to light yesterday. The malware, called WireLurker, is distributed by the Chinese third-party app store Maiyadi. Show More Summary

Product Coverage and Mitigation for CVE-2014-0497 (Adobe Flash Player)

On February 4, Adobe released an out-of-band update for Adobe Flash Player. The update addresses a critical remote code execution vulnerability that is being actively exploited in the wild. The update applies to Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Show More Summary

Inside Adobe Reader Zero-Day Exploit CVE 2011-2462

Recently a critical vulnerability has been identified in Adobe Reader X and Adobe Acrobat X Versions 10.1.1 and earlier for Windows and Mac OS, Reader 9.4.6 and Reader 9.x Versions for Unix. This zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2011-2462) could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code and silently take the control of a victim’s machine. Show More Summary

Mac Malware Monsoon in May

Here’s a quick update on the Mac OS X malware landscape, a rather hot topic this month. May started off with the announcement of the DIY malware kit Weyland-Yutani BOT. This news was shortly thereafter dwarfed by numerous reports of fake (a.k.a. Show More Summary

Mac ‘Protector’: Another Fake-Alert in Disguise

It’s not breaking news that fake-alert Trojans infections are growing. But it’s worrying for Mac OS X users to find themselves a target for those attacks. As my colleague Tad Heppner mentioned in his post, a scareware called MacDefender was spotted in the wild. Show More Summary

Busy Month for Apple

This month, Apple published seven security updates resolving around 250 issues. The last patch is arrived yesterday; it addressed Mac OS X 10.6.7. Adding the CVE IDs (for Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) listed in each patch does not give us accurate view of the number of vulnerabilities involved. Show More Summary

How to turn on System Integrity Protection (SIP) for your Mac

System Integrity Protection (SIP) should be on by default but, if it isn't, you can turn it on at any time. Introduced as part of OS X El Capitan, System Integrity Protection (SIP) was designed to provide a type of root-level shielding to the Mac similar to what the iPhone and iPad have benefited from for years. Show More Summary

Today in Apple history: Apple’s ‘unreleased’ Mac OS ships to devs

November 17, 1995: Apple releases the first beta version of its new Copland operating system to around 50 Mac developers. Not so much a Mac OS update as a totally new operating system, Copland promises to help Apple take on the then-mighty Windows 95, with some ahead-of-its-time features. Show More Summary

System Integrity Protection Inexplicably Disabled by Default on Some New MacBook Pro Models

Since OS X El Capitan, the operating system that runs on Macs has been protected by a feature called System Integrity Protection (SIP), which is designed to keep your Mac safe from malware by restricting the permissions of the root user...Show More Summary

Digital Offers: Become a Linux pro for just $69

You're probably quite familiar with Windows or Mac OS X — chances are you're visiting us from a computer running one of them right now. However, Linux and UNIX are two operating systems that any self-respecting programmer needs to know. Show More Summary

How to Be Accepted to Regis Senior School in Newyork

Best Recommendations for Mac OS Cleaning A fast, easy and flowing work is a desire of all Mac users. Nevertheless, every time you start working, you notice that changes are surely not in the right direction. Assuming you feel the same, it is just the time you start a regular […]

The Best Wireless Headset For Mac OS X BY FAR

For the last decade I have been in search of a good wireless headset for the Apple Mac OS X operating system. And have been very disappointed. I don’t even want to tell you how much money I have wasted. BUT AT LAST I FOUND IT! Here is my video review. THIS HEADSET IS SO AMAZING IT WILL KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF! http://amzn.to/2feYKoD

Today in Apple history: OS X Panther claws its way onto Macs

October 25, 2003: OS X Panther, the fourth major OS X update released by Apple, arrives on Macs. Following Jaguar and preceding Tiger, Mac OS X Panther 10.3 brings a number of useful features — including Exposé, which lets users instantly...Show More Summary

Could ARM-Based Apple Macs Arrive On Thursday?

2 months agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

There have long been rumors that Apple would port the Mac OS to its ARM-based “A” series processors, replacing Intel CPUs on some Macs. These rumors keep surfacing year after year, without any real evidence. Recently there have been two indicators that Apple may finally do so. Respected industry newsletter [...]

How to solve 3 big macOS Sierra problems

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

By now, most of you are probably upgraded to macOS Sierra, which is proving be a massive home run for Apple. However, while the new Mac OS packs some great new features, it’s also got a handful of problems — ranging from strange error messages to Wi-Fi issues. Check out our video below for three […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Apple squashes bugs with Mac OS Sierra, Apple Watch and Apple TV updates - CNET

2 months agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Mac OS Sierra 10.12.1, watchOS 3.1 and tvOS 10.0.1 are mostly about fixing little issues -- but they also bring a couple new features.

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