Certificate revocation checks in macOS could be misused in surveillance. How could you prevent that without putting your Mac at risk?
You try to open an app on your M1 Mac, only to see an alert telling your that you don’t have permission to open it. Only that isn’t the reason.
If you try booting into Big Sur in Remote (Internet) Recovery, you’ll get Catalina instead. But nowhere does Apple alert users to this problem.
Why does it take 2 years to realise that macOS has been checking signing certificate validity online?
Although most were worried about Apple’s failure to deliver upgrades to Big Sur, the most serious problem left many users unable to launch any apps.