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Question: With macOS Catalina, PACE requires com.apple.security.cs.allow-unsigned-executable-memory entitlement set, when notarizing app which loads PACE protected plugins. What's the point of Apple new security measures then, if advanced apps (copy protection etc) can't run without backdoor opened?
Asked by zabukowski (89.142.59.x) on September 17 2019, 7:31am
Reply on September 18 2019, 2:07am:
    We'd need that entitlement enabled for JSFX too. The point is that those applications have to get reviewed by apple in order to get those permissions. I still think it stinks, though (especially since they make you have 10.14+ and Xcode10, which as a side note is useless to me, in order to go through the process).


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  • Posted by zabukowski (89.142.59.x) on September 18 2019, 8:28am:
    Does current version of macOS Reaper already use hardened runtime with these entitlements enabled?

  • Posted by Justin on September 18 2019, 4:58pm:
    Not that I know of

  • Posted by DoubleD (79.140.127.x) on October 11 2019, 9:57am:
    you can use xcode 10.1 on 10.13 to go through the process - it's still a clusterfuckshitfest though, I agree. Thanks for everything you have ever made.


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