How can you tell whether a notarized app has been hardened, which Apple claims makes it more secure?
App compatibility with Catalina is different: although some may be slightly incompatible, many apps simply don’t run at all. How can you tell which are OK?
Do you want to see exactly what protected resources an app can try to access? Or check that your own app is correctly configured?
An unexpected behaviour in the codesign command could cause the app to crash when examining certain app. Now fixed, plus several new features.
Notarization is already required for some kernel extensions and apps, even in 10.14.5. So how do you tell whether an app or code bundle is notarized?
Checks the entitlements and settings of apps for accessing private data in Mojave, with a custom log browser to help diagnose problems.
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They’re hidden away and never promoted at WWDC, but vitally important to every Mac user. Could you imagine not having Disk Utility, for example?
It’s quite rare, but sometimes trying to access your Mac’s log, directly or in an app like T2M2, returns an error. Here’s what to do.
With apps in future set to come from the App Store or notarized by Apple, entitlements are going to be the rule not an exception.