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VMWare is the new Classic environment. https://t.co/PxRhNLlv01

— Space Perfitt (@tperfitt) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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This is awful. I really really hope they add an option to disable this just like SIP. I don't really understand if this is possible.

Probably I need to move from macOS. Its a great OS but this kind of changes that could break anything... https://t.co/M8CS360Dty

— Arturo (@cruzo66342) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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Agreed. I honestly wouldn't mind a locked-down system that has at least five-nines of reliability, but the Apple of 2019 is at least four nines away from that.

— McCloud (@McCloudStrife) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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@tapbot_paul I’m genuinely curious how anyone “detects malware” with just the binary. If I vmprotect malware will it go through? What if it is harmless DRM? Some of the DRM on steam, like VAC, is more malware-ey than evil malware
* typo fix xprotect-> vmprotect

— Maxwell (@mxswd) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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I have always wondered why I pay $100 per year for my clients to be spooked when they try to run the app I wrote for them. So I finally stopped paying.

— Paul Bruneau-it-all (@ethicalpaul) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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Am I the only one who thinks the Gatekeeper dialog for notarized apps looks scarier to users than the dialog for non-notarized apps?

— Jeff J. - UnderpassApp.com (@lapcatsoftware) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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Yeah. And it’s one thing to have a locked down system that works really reliably. The more things misbehave, the more it hurts not to have those options.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) April 8, 2019
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To be fair, it does seem to add at least an extra amount of safety to Developer ID signed applications. Might not be worth the other issues it causes, but its not fully capricious.

— Paul Haddad (@tapbot_paul) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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The reality now for Apple OS updates is that there's no longer a distinction between major and minor updates.

All updates potentially include major new features. Or breakages.

Apple is now a full-on "Agile" shop, for better or worse.

(Narrator: For worse.)

— Jeff J. - UnderpassApp.com (@lapcatsoftware) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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Apple is getting aggressive with this stuff. Normally any Mac changes are years in the making. pic.twitter.com/3OTScGp545

— Paul Haddad (@tapbot_paul) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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I once read a very valid argument that Apple is so used to being told they’re wrong every time they make big changes that they can’t tell when they actually *are* wrong.

— Matt Barlow (@mattpbarlow) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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And I totally understand this is a niche concern - 95%+ of users won't do that at all. But knowing that I can dive under the hood and fix things is a necessity for me as a pro, and it's something I can do on Windows / Linux.

— McCloud (@McCloudStrife) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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When I was using a Mac full-time (back around 10.6 to 10.8) I'd commonly whip out GDB / LLDB and inspect a misbehaving app, and in a few cases I was able to figure out "oh it's looking for files in which doesn't exist" and create a local workaround. What about 10.15+?
— McCloud (@McCloudStrife) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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I haven't worked on macOS for a year or two, but it seems like notarized apps are non-debuggable, and future versions will keep adding friction for non-notarized apps. Is it just me or is the Mac slowly losing its UNIX roots and leaning towards stripping users of control?

— McCloud (@McCloudStrife) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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TIL why I can no longer enter a fax number in the #macOS Print Dialog & therefore no longer use my Epson MFP to send faxes in #Mojave.

With 10.15 killing 32bit support, my ScanSnap's software will stop working next.

I'll soon need a VM to use my Mac for basic office tasks. pic.twitter.com/soS56vK8gS

— Felix Schwarz (@felix_schwarz) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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Yep, this has been going on for a long time. :(

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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Looking at Customizing Notarization Workflow makes me question WTF is wrong with Apple.

I mean we wouldn’t want to create a single tool that took a path to your app and then just did all this s**t. No! Obviously everybody loves bash scripting and can’t get enough of it. https://t.co/u5773iJuSk

— Mark Munz (@mmunz) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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command line tools, shared libraries can also be notarized but there’s currently no way to staple the resulting tickets to them.

— Rosyna Keller (@rosyna) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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non administrator users can’t do that :/

— Maxwell (@mxswd) April 8, 2019
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12 days ago by mjtsai
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Perhaps that just refers to the old Control-click > Open to bypass Gatekeeper?

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) April 8, 2019
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