Additional to the protected folders listed in the Privacy pane, macOS has a secret list of files which are also read-only. Apple hasn’t documented these.
When a file’s permissions are set to allow the user to write to it, but an app testing whether the file is writable is told that it isn’t.
Unique because Location Services isn’t managed by TCC, but by its own locationd service, and is invariably shared in iCloud.
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Now feature-complete, this version has powerful tools to help you locate significant events to the second and better.
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Apple has just released the update to bring Catalina to version 10.15.3, together with Security Updates for both […]
Despite the lack of documentation from Apple, here’s a full rundown on the only tool provided to control privacy settings.
Using Little Snitch, this becomes unresolvable, as the app can’t complete first run checks, and every time you try, it’s translocated to a different folder, causing Little Snitch to block it again.