Monkeyjunkey

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OSXCryptOSXCryptComment
Monkeyjunkey
+0

This is dead software. Link to developer goes here: http://www.osxcrypt.org/ Interestingly, this software shows up, when searching for TrueCrypt. MU should add the "Discontinued" info to the top.

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Version 6.2A
Monkeyjunkey
+0

Album view keyboard navigation fixed. hallelujah and thank you apple!

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Version 11.3
Monkeyjunkey
+1

Someone is up-voting TrueCrypt and Cryptix. Cryptix is closed source and close source crypto is really hard to be trusted. I wouldn't! TrueCrypt just shut down operations saying it was unsecure to be used: http://truecrypt.sourceforge.net/ says "WARNING: Using TrueCrypt is not secure as it may contain unfixed security issues." Combine those two and that makes me really think if we have a person on someone's payroll upvoting unsecure software. Hard to proove but the pattern behind this is really strange. Same applies for the GPG Suite page: http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/9417/gpg-suite Again TrueCrypt (unsecure) and Cryptix (can not be trusted and seems to use weak security) are up-voted. Macupdate should really reconsider the entire voting system for similar software. When it comes to security related software this is no fun and can endanger peoples lifes if they use unsecure software. I recommend using Tor / GPG Suite, please refrain from using untested closed source software which you cannot trust.

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Version 3.6.1
Monkeyjunkey
+1

Someone is up-voting TrueCrypt and Cryptix. Cryptix is closed source and close source crypto is really hard to be trusted. I wouldn't! TrueCrypt just shut down operations saying it was unsecure to be used: http://truecrypt.sourceforge.net/ says "WARNING: Using TrueCrypt is not secure as it may contain unfixed security issues." Combine those two and that makes me really think if we have a person on someone's payroll upvoting unsecure software. Hard to proove but the pattern behind this is really strange. Same applies for the Tor Browser bundle page: http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/17679/tor-browser-bundle Again TrueCrypt (unsecure) and Cryptix (can not be trusted and seems to use weak security) are up-voted. Macupdate should really reconsider the entire voting system for similar software. When it comes to security related software this is no fun and can endanger peoples lifes if they use unsecure software.

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Version 2013.10.22
Monkeyjunkey
+3

Now this is becoming ridiculous! 11.2.2 has this (1) issue persisting: https://discussions.apple.com/message/25849006#25849006 What?!? So that adds up nicely with (2) the Playlists not vanashing after adding a title and (3) loosing focus of an album after switching view and finding yourself back at letter "A". First I thought that was a joke but Apple really is working hard on becoming the next Microsoft. This is really sad.

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Version 11.2.2
Monkeyjunkey
+1

Finally, after an insanely long wait, OmniFocus 2 is here: http://www.omnigroup.com/omnifocus/#omnifocus-mac-info Pls update this listing accordingly.

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Version 1.10.6
Monkeyjunkey
+3

One step forward, two steps back. Apple slowly becoming the new Microsoft? Sincere thanks to apple for bringing back local sync with 10.9.3 and iTunes 11.2 (an option which never should have been removed in the first place, shame on you apple!), BUT what the f*** ist going on with album view keyboard navigation in iTunes 11.2?!? Completely broken: https://discussions.apple.com/message/25849006#25849006 Apple what about a quick fix? Also what about QA? Need more staff?

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Version 11.2.1
Monkeyjunkey
+0

Download link is dead. Use http://rarexpander.sourceforge.net/Downloads.html instead.

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Version 0.8.5-b4
Monkeyjunkey
+9

"Adds the ability to sync contacts and calendars between a Mac and iOS device using a USB connection" HALLELUJAH! Took them long enough. Thanks for bringing an option for basic user privacy back. The fact that they indeed did remove it in the first place without communicating that to the users, speaks for itself.

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Version 10.9.3
FirefoxFirefoxReview
Monkeyjunkey
+5

I like the UI changes. Much smoother overall experience. For all that have issues navigating their mouse to the very top (where the tabs are now located): use cmd + 1 or cmd + 3 for first or third tab. That's a faster way to navigate. Works great.

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Version 29.0