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What malware does XProtect you against?

In previous articles, I have detailed the security-related and other files which are updated silently, and explained the XProtect protection system, which checks for known malware when you try to open a file which is quarantined. 460 more words


Last Week on my Mac: does 10.11.6 cut the mustard?

With macOS Sierra well on its way for an autumn/fall delivery, 10.11.6 could be the final version of El Capitan. Although it has only been out for a few days, those have been sufficient to give a good indication of its completeness. 1,003 more words


Sorting all files in tree by modified-time (in OS X)

This command had to be modified to run under OS X as it, and its heritage, don’t support the “-printf” parameter:

$ find . -print0 | xargs -0 stat -f '%m %N' | sort -k 1,1 -n
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Known bugs in El Capitan 10.11.6: an incomplete summary

OS X 10.11.6 has been publicly available for just a few days, but the unfixed bugs are already making themselves only too apparent; here is a list of its bugs of which I am aware. 846 more words


Axiom Verge (Bonus Content)

I already reviewed Axiom Verge, but after mulling it over in my mind, I felt like I didn’t do the game enough justice. So, here’s some extra thoughts about the game. 355 more words


Three reasons why you should run your own Mac server

”When it comes to technology, the word ‘server’ might bring to mind, for some, a warehouse-sized room not unlike the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark, but with fewer crates and more racks of computers,” Dan Moren writes for Macworld. 163 more words


Rita Ora Tapped To Be New Host Of Revived 'America's Next Top Model'

“America’s Next Top Model” is staging a comeback next season, moving to a new network (from The CW to its new home on VH1) and bringing in a new host: British pop star Rita Ora. 316 more words