This is another process that you need to let complete in order for Photos to work properly. For the vast majority of users, the reason their Mac feels slow after updating to mac OS Sierra is because of the reindexing features that are going on in the background.
These tasks can consume a notable amount of CPU cycles as they complete, leading to blazing fans, slow performance, and Mac that feels like it’s running hot, but once the background tasks are finished the Mac will be speedy again.
A simple way to check this is to open a web browser then try to access the Drake University home page at: If you can successfully access the Drake University home page, you should be able to force Sophos to update manually.
The Warning message is:sophos antivirus - The Anti-Virus database on this system is expired.
If Sophos is popping up a message saying: "Could not contact server", you may want to try forcing it to update manually.
Here's how: First, you need to make sure you are on campus and have a valid network connection.
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A "mouse over" shows "sophos protection update has failed".
Right clicking and selecting "Update Now" causes a window to show that states "Downloading Package 1 of 4...2 of 4...3 of 4...4 of 4" then it shows "Intalling Package 1 of 1" then it just quits. Thanks Clear the temp directory (delete all the files %temp%) and do the update again.
While researching inter-process communication on Mac OS X, I found a small security issue with Sophos Anti-Virus for Mac: any local user can remove arbitrary files on the system via the Update functionality of the product. I started by listing all Sophos processes on my Mac Book: All except GUI run as root and are unsandboxed! So if some user creates a symbolic link to some sensitive file owned by a privileged user, it will be deleted during the update procedure since the process doing deletion (unlinking) runs as and is not sandboxed.
Trustwave security advisory has proof-of-concept code that removes root-owned file via this vulnerability.
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