In digital forensics, analyzing timestamps can provide valuable insights into the timeline of events and help reconstruct a digital crime scene. This article focuses on macOS forensics and delves into the analysis of timestamps using a real-world example.
By examining the metadata of a file, specifically the “icon.png.webp” file, we will explore various timestamps and their significance in forensic investigations.
Let’s start by analyzing the metadata of the “icon.png.webp” file using the “
mdls” command in macOS, generally located in
A simple application, written in Swift and Apple Script to disable the macOS global microphone (specially during a Zoom/Teams/Skype/whatever call).
The idea is to avoid sending the “chunky” sound to the others, during a call…
How it works
PrivateFrameworks are always a joy.
Today, for a personal project I discovered how to use private Login.framework to lock programmatically via code (Swift or C) the screen of my mac book.
So, what I want to share today is how to make windows with cool UI in a macOS application written in Cocoa/Swift.
This an example of what you see when create a new project from scratch in XCode and run it:
Mac OSx Screen Saver, created using the source file of itself! 🙂
What are the letters?
Simple IPTV streaming app for iOS (universal target) and Mac OSX.
Based on a googled (non pay-tv) italian channel list.
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