What the Accessibility list in Privacy controls is about, and how it almost made it easier to add an app to Full Disk Access.
With Mojave’s release 11 days away, its privacy protection looks even more complex, particularly when an app uses a helper tool which needs Full Disk Access.
The differences between security and privacy, why we need effective controls over both, and how those controls are different.
Control of one app by another is an important but difficult aspect of Mojave’s new privacy controls. Here’s how it handles that at present, and some of the issues it raises.
For many users, privacy controls in Mojave will pass almost unnoticed. Here are tips for those who have greater demands, and want their apps to access protected data.
To pre-empt privacy problems in Mojave, you need to know information which is currently not easily obtained. Here’s an app to do it for you.
Mojave’s new privacy controls continue to cause problems with AppleEvents, and have a remaining bug to be fixed. Why have they been discovered so late, though?
How can third-party command tools access files under Mojave’s new privacy protection? Isn’t this going to be a nightmare?
Giving an app Full Disk Access doesn’t. The only way to give an app access to some protected data is by trying to access that data, but when macOS crashes that app, the user is stuffed.
How to get the best out of the Privacy tab in the Security & Privacy pane, and why Apple’s apps don’t bother to ask.