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If there was an exploit in Safari then yes, there could be a chance you could get a virus just from clicking onto a website. However, these exploits are generally patched very quickly, aren't that com …
answered Oct 8 '21 by Lilly Cham
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Unix systems in their early days originally outputted to physical teletypewriters. Since macOS is a Unix system and is derived from NeXTSTEP and BSD, is this still possible in modern versions of macOS …
asked Oct 7 '21 by Lilly Cham
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You could kill launchd - sudo killall launchd, which manages daemons, applications and scripts. This causes macOS to crash to a black screen because the parent of all running processes has been killed …
answered Oct 11 '21 by Lilly Cham
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No, iOS apps can be written in just about any language, as long as you can get it to work on the iPhone. You might have to wrap your code in Objective-C or Swift at the very end, but you could build t …
answered Oct 7 '21 by Lilly Cham
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You're right that UTM can emulate an Intel processor (as it is a front-end for QEMU, which can emulate various architectures), but you can't easily boot a macOS disk in QEMU/UTM due to Apple's proprie …
answered Jan 1 by Lilly Cham