“Apple have announced some changes for the forthcoming 10.9.5 update for Mavericks. For an application to remain trusted, developers will have to make sure the code is signed using OS X Mavericks 10.9 or later and create a v2 signature. This new requirement will also be a requirement for OS X 10.10 Yosemite,” Mallion writes. “This could mean some apps, that Gatekeeper previously allowed to run, will now generate a warning until their digital signatures have been updated. As a temporary work around, users can right-click the app and choose “Open” from the contextual menu to bypass Gatekeeper for that application.”
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