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인스톨러가 Catalina에서 확인되지 않은 개발자로 취급됨 #572

youknowone opened this issue Jun 27, 2019 · 0 comments


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commented Jun 27, 2019


Dear Developer, 

We’re working with developers to create a safer Mac user experience through a process where all software, whether distributed on the App Store or outside of it, is signed or notarized by Apple. With the public release of macOS 10.14.5, we require that all developers creating a Developer ID certificate for the first time notarize their apps, and that all new and updated kernel extensions be notarized as well. This will help give users more confidence that the software they download and run, no matter where they get it from, is not malware by showing a more streamlined Gatekeeper interface. In addition, we’ve made the following enhancements to the notarization process.
Legacy code is fully supported, even if it contains unsigned binaries. While new software and updates require proper signatures in order to be notarized, you can upload your existing software as-is.
Apps with plugin ecosystems are better supported.
Stapler supports all types of bundles and plugins.
Xcode 10.2 adds secure timestamps and other code signing options required by the notary service.
Related documentation has also been improved. We encourage you to take look at Notarizing Your Apps Before Distribution and Hardened Runtime Entitlements.

If you have any questions, contact us. 

Best regards,
Apple Developer Relations
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