One thing that many macOS users don’t know is that they are using a completely outdated version of the Bash shell. However, it is highly recommended to use a newer version of Bash on macOS, because it enables you to use useful new features. This article explains how to do this.
Apple is a secretive company with proprietary products and a closed ecosystem. While that’s not ideal in the long-term, we have chosen Apple’s platform as a stop gap to launch the core of our distributed social platform.
Transparently transform the macOS CLI into a fresh GNU/Linux CLI experience by
installing missing GNU programs
updating outdated GNU programs
replacing pre-installed BSD programs with their preferred GNU implementation
installing other programs common among popular GNU/Linux distributions
This post is about a heap buffer overflow vulnerability which I found in Apple's XNU operating system kernel. I have written a proof-of-concept exploit which can reboot any Mac or iOS device on the same network, without any user interaction. Apple have classified this vulnerability as a remote code execution vulnerability in the kernel, because it may be possible to exploit the buffer overflow to execute arbitrary code in the kernel.
Dear Tim Cook,
I ‘m certain that at Apple you have excellent communication and PR strategists.
Privacy concerns have been rising quickly during the past 6 months: firstly experts, then the press, and now ordinary people, are realizing the extent that their personal information is being captured, permanently, by a number of governments, operators and corporations, for a variety of purposes.
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Alors que macOS High Sierra se rapproche, certains s’interrogent sur l’arrivée d’un nouveau système de fichiers sur les Mac : APFS, pour Apple File System. Il remplace le bien ancien HFS+ après près de 20 ans de service. Nous faisons le tour de ses fonctionnalités et apports, afin de mieux cerner ce nouveau venu.
Running Mac OS X El Capitan and macOS Sierra on QEMU/KVM
Apple’s iOS is often criticized for having sandboxed apps only and the lack of customization that it involves. Since the original release, Apple has been increasingly opening up APIs to third-party developers and last year, they announced their biggest attempt at making the operating system more integrated across all the sandboxes with Extensions.