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10.5: Avoid using ServiceScrubber with 10.5's signed apps
Authored by: moonhawk on Jan 15, '08 01:42:31PM

It would make sense if Leopard warned users that an application appears to have been hacked. I've been retyping my passwords in Mail.app for the past few days, trying to figure out the problem. If it's a security issue, then the app should appropriately warn users before having them re-type in their password...



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10.5: Avoid using ServiceScrubber with 10.5's signed apps
Authored by: Fairly on Jan 16, '08 04:45:25AM

I don't think they want to help the criminals either with too much information. It's basically a good security move as the idea with the keychain is dependent on the authenticity of the bundle ID and therefore flawed. But the clutter of the service menu - they have to do something. I don't need a Chinese text converter.



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