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Tighten Pro is now available in the Mac App Store. Simply click on the icon to the left to purchase directly from Apple. Or choose PKCS#7Viewer.app by clicking the image to the right.

2.28.2015
Mac Developer: After Superfish scandal, Lenovo vows less bloatware and to be 'leader in cleaner, safer PCs' | VentureBeat | Business | by Paul Sawers

After Superfish scandal, Lenovo vows less bloatware and to be 'leader in cleaner, safer PCs' | VentureBeat | Business | by Paul Sawers: "Fresh from the Superfish scandal that saw some of its PCs subjected to horrible preloaded software that compromised user security, Lenovo is trying to win brownie points by vowing to ‘significantly reduce’ its preloaded software, commonly known as ‘bloatware.’"
It came from the East!

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2.24.2015
Mac Developer: The Safe Mac » OpinionSpy is back!

The Safe Mac » OpinionSpy is back!: "yesterday, I found an installer on CNET’s Download.com containing a new variant of the OpinionSpy malware. "
Good news is that xprotect has been updated to protect against it.

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2.20.2015
Mac Developer: Apple to require all Mac App Store submissions to ditch garbage collection, switch to ARC on May 1st | 9to5Mac

Apple to require all Mac App Store submissions to ditch garbage collection, switch to ARC on May 1st | 9to5Mac: "Apple has announced on its developer site that apps submitted to the Mac App Store starting on May 1st will no longer be allowed to incorporate garbage collection, which was deprecated in OS X 10.8. Instead, developers will be required to switch to ARC, which was introduced in 10.7."
In some ways, this is hilarious. I took one look at GC and in my own mind "never in my apps, but if you want to, good luck with that". I feel the same way about ARC, which is a performance SUCK.

The Core* frameworks were designed to bridge to Cocoa. Non-ARC code is for programmers, ARC is for JavaScripters. Good luck with that future as your native app developers. Well, I guess the apps will look snazzy before they crash.

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2.14.2015
Mac Developer: Microsoft Pushes Patches for Dozens of Flaws — Krebs on Security

Microsoft Pushes Patches for Dozens of Flaws — Krebs on Security: "The bulk of the flaws (41) addressed in this update apply to Internet Explorer, the default browser on Windows. This patch should obviously be a priority for any organizations that rely on IE. Other patches fix bugs in the Windows OS itself and in various versions of Microsoft Office. A full breakdown of the patches is available here."
Maybe that Google arm wrestle is working after all.

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