New features include specific problem reports, categorized as serious or minor, plus extensive information grouped into multiple categories, including things like software installs, Safari extensions, launch agents and daemons, software crashes, etc.
Business and enterprise versions are also available with central management consoles, and there are also Windows and Android versions available.
The latest release includes "a reports tab for viewing past events." Detect X Swift is a unique and useful Mac security app from Phil Stokes that scans for malware and also tracks critical changes to your system, such as installation (or removal) of kernel extensions, launch agents, applications, etc.
Kee Pass XC is a cross-platform password manager that features AES/Twofish encryption with a 256-bit key, a password generator, auto-type, csv import and database merging, website favicon support, and more, including Yubi Key challenge-response support, TOTP generation, DEP and ASLR hardening, and a command-line program.
(See docs and FAQ for more details.) Kee Pass XC 2.3.3 is freely downloadable, open-source donationware for OS X 10.7 and later, as well as Windows and Linux. Etre Check is a Mac troubleshooting and security app from Etresoft (John Daniel) that analyzes many hardware and software details and prepares a report (with personal information removed) detailing configuration information and potential problem areas, such as adware infections (which it can remove), potential malware, third-party kernel extensions and launch daemons; Internet plug-ins; processor and memory hogs; virtual memory usage and more.
You can view entitlements by app or list all programs that have a particular entitlement (e.g. Sandkorn 1.1.1 is a free download for mac OS 10.13 High Sierra.
Malwarebytes for Mac (originally developed as Adware Medic by Thomas Reed) is a small, cross-platform app from Malwarebytes Corp.
Mac In Touch Community discussions also include the following current topics, among others: Sandkorn is a Mac security utility from Peter Borg (who also created Lingon X) that analyzes and displays App Sandbox status and "entitlements" for the software on your Mac.
By default, Sandkorn analyzes apps and executable code within the Applications and Utilities folders, and you can add additional folders to its list. "Network - Incoming"), but you can also display raw data, and you can display the relevant app in the Finder.
As Stokes explains, "Detect X Swift uses a combination of hardcoded search definitions along with live updates and predictive heuristics to detect both known and unknown threats and issues.
It provides the user with multiple analytical capabilities regarding both the system’s current state and changes to its state over time related to its ongoing security and performance." Essential functions of Detect X Swift are 1) detection of malware (and other problematic software), 2) detailed system profiling, and 3) system change tracking/history.
Features include search, filtering and browsing of package contents, Apple Script support, a Quick Look plug-in for package previews without launching the app, and more.