Apple has added another option in Mavericks for allowing the execution of unsigned programs blocked by Gatekeeper.
While great for security, Gatekeeper may block some legitimate updates.
Gatekeeper exploit in part adds to debate over the necessity of security software for OS X.
Apple provides three basic settings for Gatekeeper in OS X Mountain Lion, but you can manage this service in finer detail if needed.
OS X Mountain Lion's Gatekeeper feature will keep users from installing software unless it's signed by developers, and Apple's reminding developers of that.
Apple's next iteration of its Macintosh operating system has a new security feature, but how will this help secure your Mac?
The technology gives users choice in how secure they want their systems, but most people will stick with the more safe default mode that runs only trusted code.
The Net Neutrality debate is going mobile, as a consumer group questions why AT&T is limiting one streaming video app for the iPhone while allowing another to be used freely.
The developer of the Firefox browser has a dream of winning, but not in the traditional free-market methodology. Its mission: keep the Web open and participatory.
If OS X is falsely identifying a program update as being "damaged," here's how to make an exception to allow this program to run.