Mojave checks newly-installed apps which are not from the App Store more thoroughly, and handles notarized apps differently too. Here are some details.
How command tools gain access to protected data, through their Attribution Chain. Diagnosing their problems, and fixing them.
Mainly for Mojave users having problems with apps and their access to protected data.
I hope, if you have upgraded to Mojave, that all went well and you’re now happy that you […]
In amongst the hundreds of thousands of files which together make macOS Mojave work, there are security and […]
What do you do when an app should connect to control another app or access protected data, but you never see any consent dialog? Or when you incorrectly refuse consent?
Mojave’s first full release is looking relatively free of bugs so far. This list is updated as and when new information arrives.
Natural language parsing, privacy exploring, update investigating, xattr-tweaking, iCloud poking, log browsing: they’re all here for Mojave.
Two updates aimed primarily at Mojave users, but Taccy now gives more detailed info on code signatures for all users.
A detailed look at how users control Mojave’s privacy protection using the Privacy pane, and tccutil.