This tool for Sierra now inspects and displays extended attributes, and will write a quarantine xattr to force a full Gatekeeper check on an app, as if downloaded.
If you want someone else to be able to run your script app, you’ll need to sign it and get it past Gatekeeper’s checks. Here are more details about the role of xattrs in those, and how to run a full check without downloading your app.
Apple has pushed another silent update to the security data files for macOS Sierra and OS X El […]
Signposts from Sierra 10.12.6 recording key steps when logging in, out, and fast user switching. And a fascinating process which serialises its log entries.
Adobe has updated its Flash Player to version 126.96.36.199, which is now available from here. This update fixes […]
Apple has today pushed another silent update to the security data files for macOS Sierra and OS X […]
Apple has today pushed out another security update, this time to its Malware Removal Tool MRT, bringing it […]
Apple has just pushed another set of silent updates to the data files for security systems in macOS […]
Apple has today pushed a silent update to Gatekeeper’s configuration data, bringing it to version 121. As usual, […]
Adobe has finally announced what has been inevitable, and for most of us thoroughly welcome: as of the […]