When macOS won’t let you open an app or other software because it warns that it’s (possibly) malware, here’s how to check the signatures.
The benefits of code signing for Mac users explained. How certificates are revoked, and what happens when they are. And there’s more to signatures than just the certificate.
Where does macOS store a list of revoked certificates, and how does it keep them up to date? The answer isn’t perhaps what you expect.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 63. Here are my solutions to them. 1: I […]
Stepping through building it correctly in Xcode, turning it into an Installer package getting it notarized and the ticket stapled to the tool.
Coming now to Apple Silicon Macs: all ARM-native executable code is required to be signed. Full details of this important change.
Discovering what has been updated in a macOS update isn’t easy. In the case of command tools, it’s just impossible.
Imagine going to open an app which you use daily, only to be told by macOS that it “will damage your computer” and must be trashed. Can we have confidence in Apple?
If your Mac still starts up in 10.13, now’s the time to start planning your upgrade when Apple’s support for it discontinues. Pros and cons.
Can you strip all Intel executables from a Universal App to make it even smaller? What benefits might there be in building an app for Big Sur only?