It wouldn't be any more responsible/ethical/useful of me to post a "I Can Crack Your Non-Mac App With Just A Copy Of IDA Pro and HexRays" tutorial. I could show you how I can press 'F5' and decompile your code back to surprisingly readable pseudo-C, but that's not going to help you secure your application, it's just patting myself on the back and showing you how cool I am.
On top of that, the author is still flogging the PT_DENY_ATTACH horse, despite the fact that it's been documented over, and over, and over again as trivial to bypass. PT_DENY_ATTACH was added to meet the minimal contractual requirements Apple had to movie studios and record companies by preventing users from attaching a debugger to DVD Player and iTunes. It's not a real security solution. There's a simple open source kext (that was first implemented for Mac OS X 10.3!) that simply disables it across the board:
The fact that most simple copy protection can be broken by
someone that knows a bit of assembly shouldn't surprise
anyone writing applications,
this post is just self-congratulatory silliness
If I were to respond to your comment in the same way, I would say that you were just displaying your superiority complex over someone learning the ropes. Or perhaps bitterness and jealousy over the attention this article gets, while your more advanced knowledge does not get the attention it deserves. Or ... whatever. I can come up with a number of epithets to attribute to you based on that little bit of text, all equally uncalled for.