Even basic store facilities like restrooms contact details of who to contact when there’s a problem. Not so with Apple’s Notary Service. It just gives you spurious errors instead.
How to check whether any Installer package or app has valid certificates, using this new version of Taccy.
Validating signatures isn’t straightforward. GUI apps are limited, and command tools confusing and prone to user error.
Do you use third-party command tools? Are you using or planning to use Catalina? This explains how 10.15 changes first run checks on those tools, and their effect on all users.
Added support for this new security database in new versions of SilentKnight, LockRattler and silnite.
Want to check whether an Installer package has been properly notarized? This new version of Taccy will do it for you.
How have checks of notarization changed what happens when you open a quarantined app in Catalina? What does XProtect do?
Confused as to whether Catalina will let you run that quarantined app? Here it is diagrammed.
Apple’s pushed update to XProtect’s data a couple of days ago is one of the most substantial since […]
What to expect from the many changes to security and privacy in the first release of Catalina. How to run non-notarized apps, and more.