In yet another continuation to Apple’s exhaustive testing for the upcoming OS X 10.8.3 update, Apple today seeded yet another build to developers today – their 14th build since testing began last November. The latest update comes just 6 days after the previous build, bears a build number of 12D78, and Apple again lists no known issues with the update.
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Continuing their abnormally extensive testing for the upcoming OS X 10.8.3 update, Apple today seeded yet another build to developers today – their 13th build since testing began last November. The latest update comes just 5 days after the previous build, bears a build number of 12D76, and Apple again lists no known issues with the update.
Yup, there’s another Java vulnerability you should know about. Researchers from security firm FireEye are warning users of yet another new Java zero-day vulnerability.
Apple today released yet another beta of OS X 10.8.3 to developers – the 12th beta since testing began in late October. That makes OS X 10.8.3 the most exhaustively tested OS X update we’ve ever seen (especially for a minor maintenance update!). The update comes two weeks following the previous beta build.
If you’re a proud owner of one of Apple’s late-2012 Macs, including the latest Mac Mini, the new ultra-thin iMacs, and the 13-inch and 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro, you may have a more difficult time than usual re-installing Mountain Lion on your Mac, or restoring from a Time Machine backup.
Following the Chinese hack affecting a number of Apple’s corporate Macs, Apple has released an emergency update to Java for OS X, patching the bug which allowed the hack. The update also re-enables Java for Mac after Apple recently remotely disabled it due to security concerns.
We reviewed an earlier version of Magican last year, in December. At that point, Magican was still getting its feet wet a adapting to the mainstream. At the request developer’s request, we take another look at this cleaner app.
Mozilla today released Firefox 19. Its main new feature is a built in PDF viewer, which means you’ll no longer have to download a PDF file, and then open it with Preview.
Today, we talk to Eric Pargac, co-producer and director of The Digressions. Pargac and his team have used Final Cut Pro Xvto develop the entirety of their web series and MacTrast is excited to get the details.
Have you ever wished you could just hide an entire folder on your Mac to guard it from prying eyes or accidental discovery? There are many reasons why you might want to secure or hide a folder on your Mac – especially if you use a shared computer. The good news is that Apple has built a way to to just that right into OS X, and all it requires is some quick work in Terminal!
Apple released yet another beta of OS X 10.8.3 to developers today – their 11th beta since testing began in late October. That makes OS X 10.8.3 one of the most exhaustively tested OS X update’s we’ve ever seen, especially in recent years. The update comes just one week following the previous beta build.
You shall not pass! Actually, you might well do, if we’re talking about LEGO Lord Of The Rings coming to the Mac on February 21st.
Apple is in the third and final leg of its “Get Stuff Done” promotion in the Mac App Store, and has unveiled ten discounted Mac apps designed to simplify workflows on the Mac. This week’s collection of discounted apps is under the umbrella of “Utilize.”
A startup company called Rabbit has launched a closed beta of their “video chat and content sharing application”. Perhaps the best way to describe it is a modern implementation of instant messaging. With video added, of course.
Adobe issued a security bulletin on Thursday announcing that it was releasing updates to the Flash Player to address a pair of security holes targeting Mac and Windows users.