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Any system can contain embedded an hardware keylogger or trapdoor. Most of them do contain the last one. But a keylogger isn't as easy a task to integrate in a completly undetectable way. A keylogger will have to log. Here is the weak point where you will be able to detect it. Whichever is the way to log a keylogger will use, you will see something grow ...
MacRumors Buyer's Guide seems to provide the best predictions for updates. They use the average timescale for updates to provide a guess as to whether an update will come soon. They also include prominent rumours towards updates.
Connect the external drive or device to the Mac Reboot the Mac and after the startup chime hold down the OPTION key during boot until you see the boot selection menu Click the external volume to boot from it After this steps, you will find that external drives typically are shown with an orange icon, with their interface printed on the icon itself. ...
There is no Apple supported programming interface to simulate the lid being closed. You can put your Mac to sleep using this command line: osascript -e 'tell application "System Events" to sleep'
You've done all that I usually do to troubleshoot this in that you already know to use System Profiler to check the SATA bus for devices. I would reboot the system and reset the NVRAM twice (keep holding the keys down and you'll hear the chime twice) and then re-check the profiler. Sadly, if the controller doesn't make that device available - you'll need ...
Enable AssistiveTouch: Tap Settings, General, Accessibility, AssistiveTouch (near the bottom) and tap AssistiveTouch to ON. You will now notice a small dark square with a circle in the middle (you can move this square anywhere). Tap the dark circle to open the AssistiveTouch menu, then tap Device and tap and hold the Lock Screen icon. This will bring up ...
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