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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.

7.29.2018
Mac Developer: Autodesk dropping support for Alias and VRED in macOS Mojave over OpenGL deprecation

Autodesk dropping support for Alias and VRED in macOS Mojave over OpenGL deprecation: "It isn't clear why Autodesk made the declaration that OpenGL's deprecation was responsible for the applications not working in Mojave."

Dammit Jim, I'm a journalist not a software developer!

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7.27.2018
Mac Developer: Google launches “Shielded VMs” to protect cloud servers from rootkits, data theft | Ars Technica

Google launches “Shielded VMs” to protect cloud servers from rootkits, data theft | Ars Technica: "Both Microsoft and Google have launched confidential computing technologies; Microsoft's Azure Confidential Compute was announced last September, and Google's Asylo framework was launched in beta in May. These platforms run application containers in "trusted execution environments"—enclaves that prevent access to the data within those instances from being read by anything running on the underlying operating system or virtual environment."

Hum dada.

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Mac Developer: Wipe your iPhone before selling it, because if you don't you might get your data stolen

Wipe your iPhone before selling it, because if you don't you might get your data stolen: "Even if you can't use your phone, you can safeguard your data. For instance, Apple does let you remotely wipe everything using Find My iPhone from another iOS device. That has to be enabled: if you've never switched on Find My iPhone or you've actively switched it off, you can't remote wipe."

The moral of the story is: turn on Find my iPhone.

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