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I have written an app using electron and signed it. From the, if the app wasn't signed correctly, the warning would be different - '[MyApp] is from an unidentified developer' or '[MyApp] is damaged and can't be opened'. So the fact that you're getting '[MyApp] is an application downloaded from the Internet' is normal, and shows your app is correctly signed.

What you're seeing is the same warning the user will get downloading any application from the internet. For example, if you download Google Chrome, you will see the same message: So your users should be used to seeing the message any time they download something outside of the Mac App Store. To remove the warning, they would need to disable Gatekeeper entirely on their systems. How To Download Netflix On Mac here. There are instructions for doing that in.

On Mac OS X, when I run Firefox (and Thunderbird, and.) which I downloaded from Mozilla, the OS pops up a warning that the file was downloaded over the internet, giving the date on which it was downloaded. I have no problem with that warning on the first time I use a downloaded application - but the repeated warnings are a nuisance. Edwardian Script Font Free Download For Mac. Quarantine-aware applications include Safari, Messages, iChat and Mail. These attributes include date, time, and a record of where the file was downloaded from. When you open a file received through a quarantine-aware application, OS X warns you where the file came from. You receive an alert asking, 'Are you sure you want to open it?'

Some apps downloaded and installed from the Internet could adversely affect your Mac. Gatekeeper helps protect your Mac from such apps. Read this article to learn about Gatekeeper and its options. Gatekeeper helps protect your Mac from such apps. Read this article to learn about Gatekeeper and its options. I have developed a qt mac app (not using xcode, soi do not have any xcode project) that will be distributed outside the app store. I have successfully signed it with my developer ID certificate and.

I have developed a qt mac app (not using xcode, soi do not have any xcode project) that will be distributed outside the app store. I have successfully signed it with my developer ID certificate and if i use the following commands: spctl --assess MyAppBundle.app and codesign -d -vvvvvv MyAppBundle.app I get fine results. The problem is that if i download it from internet (e.g. DropBox) i get the warning 'the file was downloaded from internet are you sure you want to open it' Is there a way to avoid this warning? From what i gathered from the forum it should be possible. Btw please note that the application passes the GateKeeper on the target computer so the actual signing seems to be working and being accepted (Gatekeeper is on default configuration: mac store and identified developers).