App signatures are about more than just the certificate. That provides a chain of trust going back to Apple, and supports integrity checks and entitlements.
Updates recommended for all users. They finally address problems with using 12-hour and other clocks. Log handling code has been refactored to improve performance.
Consolation, Ulbow, Mints, T2M2, Cirrus and Taccy all updated to cope with increasing complexity and unreliability of the unified log.
Two bugs – one affecting SDK version beyond 11.0, the other changing designation of the Audio privacy entitlement. Now fixed.
When macOS won’t let you open an app or other software because it warns that it’s (possibly) malware, here’s how to check the signatures.
Now runs native on both Intel and Apple Silicon Macs, from Sierra to Big Sur beta 4.
New approach to reading logs which enables you to follow conversations between sub-systems and services you’re interested in without messing with predicates.
Nine more free apps available as Universal binaries, from Cirrus to xattred.
Both apps now detect and report apps which have been built using the 11.0 SDK, and ArchiChect reports non-Intel architectures too.
Will they be locked down completely, or run iPadOS? How could they run existing Mac apps? Some potential answers.