Five updates in a single day? Here’s the explanation.
If an admin user is a member of very few groups, that could have stopped you from using Taccy’s log browser. This update fixes that.
Tips to help you investigate and tackle problems arising in Catalina with its new privacy protections, particularly those of folders such as Documents.
Adds kernel messages to the log excerpts, making them more useful in diagnosing privacy problems, and greatly improvements their formatting.
A future version of macOS (?10.16) will check code signatures more thoroughly than at present. Here’s what to do to start preparing for that.
No more fiddling with contextual menus: this new version also adds a busy spinner, and opens older packages too.
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.
Want to check whether an Installer package has been properly notarized? This new version of Taccy will do it for you.
How can you tell whether a notarized app has been hardened, which Apple claims makes it more secure?