Saturday, May 18, 2024


Self-signed SSL certificates, CA flagged true, for Android and OS X

If you wish to run local web services, such as CalDAV, CardDAV, WebDAV, websites, etc., you may want to connect over SSL. Here are instructions on how to generate self-signed SSL certificates, on Mac OS X that have the CA flag set to TRUE, and which will be accepted my Android devices (which are particularly fussy about how an SSL certificate is cooked up).

Hiding usernames from your OS X login screen

Hide your Mac OS X username from the login screen. It's a simply security measure I recommend for people with laptops especially. Here's a couple of free and easy ways to do it.

TrueCrypt on OS X Yosemite and beyond

TrueCrypt remains to be the best and more trustable cross-platform disk and file encryption system. Here's how to get it running on Yosemite and any other version of OS X

Low Cost SSL and Dedicated IP Hosting

I’ve been hosting with Hostgator since February 2006. I spent the better part of a month researching a great many US and non-US based...

OS X 10.9.5 Gatekeeper Code Signing issues

With OS X 10.9.5 Apple made some significant changes to the way Gatekeeper operates, which effectively broke many pre-Maverick (10.9.x) apps, preventing them from running. Here's a solution.

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