What’s changed in 10.15.2? One of Gatekeeper’s most important dialogs, which now suggests that notarized apps haven’t been notarized at all.
From launch, through security checks, TCC and privacy, RunningBoard, to memory management and the Main Event Loop. A comprehensive summary.
How to check whether a macOS Installer app still has a valid signature, and where to find its hidden Installer packages.
A future version of macOS (?10.16) will check code signatures more thoroughly than at present. Here’s what to do to start preparing for that.
Some important similarities, such as the entry marking the beginning of startup, but plenty of changes in APFS and security entries.
Sometimes, Macs just don’t keep up with security updates pushed silently by Apple. Here’s how to avoid suffering that problem.
Did Apple stop pushing updates to security data files for El Capitan back in May 2019?
Its very convenient and quick to transfer files between Macs, but also sets the quarantine flag on everything it transfers. This can cause problems.
Details of their locations, purposes, and the current installed version. These have changed a great deal since Mojave.
Added support for this new security database in new versions of SilentKnight, LockRattler and silnite.