The new betas of OS X El Capitan, Whatsapp Web through ChitChat, the new Parallels 11 and much more. Best of the week on I'm from Mac


This last week has been "busy" in terms of news and we have had a bit of everything. We start with the DYLD_TO_PRINT vulnerability discovered by a security researcher and affecting all versions of OS X, except OS X El Capitan and OS X 10.10.5 betas.

However, this latest version of Yosemite (10.10.5) was not free of security flaws, and it is almost at the time of proclaiming that closed this famous exploit, another equal or more serious appeared in OS X 10.10.5, of which you can read all the related information clicking on this link.

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On the other hand, and shortly after this information appeared, both the fifth public beta of OS X El Capitan intended for users as it would be the seventh beta version of this operating system but this time dedicated to developers, where for now they don't seem to be affected for any security issue.

Continuing with the most important news, we see how Parallels (the company that has the best virtualization software to be able to run different operating systems on Mac), has just presented its version 11 which integrates full compatibility with Windows 10 and even with its virtual voice assistant, Cortana, being able to run it in the background without the system having to be on the screen.


To finish the entry, the star news of the week could not be missed, the appearance of WhatsApp Web be able to chat directly from your Mac If we need to use our smartphone, although with certain limitations that go through having an active WhatsApp session and scanning a QR code every time we want to access with the Mac. It takes care of this an application called ChitChat that will run natively without any type of browser involved and that will show us a pleasant interface to organize our chats.

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