macOS High Sierra

macOS High Sierra gets improvements with the 10.13.2 Update

Third-party USB devices now work better. Following the release of updates 10.13 and 10.13.1 with the important bug fix that eliminates the root vulnerability, Apple is now rolling out another minor update to macOS High Sierra. It’s live for everyone with Mac, downloadable from the App Store. Update 10.13.2 for macOS improves the performance of non-Apple USB devices. The update also improves the compatibility of Braille displays with Mail, and VoiceOver navigation when previewing PDF documents. There are also many security fixes included in this version, for which you can read more details here. 

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KRACK Wi-Fi

Serious Wi-Fi vulnerability puts billion of devices at risk, but Apple already patched it

KRACK Wi-Fi is a serious security issue. The major vulnerability found recently by KU Leuven in Belgium has been called KRACK Wi-Fi. It affects the WPA2 protocol that encrypts the internet traffic when the device is connected to Wi-Fi networks, possibly putting the device at risk of being hacked. KRACK exploits the weaknesses in the Wi-Fi protocol, so an attacker could steal sensitive information like passwords, credit cards, emails, and more. A hacker could also inject ransomware into website and manipulate data. This vulnerability can affect any device running iOS, Android, MacOS, Windows or Linux, but fortunately your iPhone or[…]

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macOS High Sierra

macOS High Sierra beta 9 released to developers

Developer testing of High Sierra beta 9 ongoing. Apple has released an update to macOS High Sierra for developer testing, which is the second beta for a week. Beta 9 brings improvements to the File System, Photos, Safari, and more. Registered developers can try out this version on their machines, enjoying all latest improvements and fixes before the regular public testers and everyone outside of the testing program. macOS High Sierra introduces many new features like native eGPU support, Safari improvements, new features for Photos, Mail, and the new APFS file system that already appeared in iOS 10.3. Apple will[…]

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