Apple edges closer to cursory code review for all Mac apps

Apple will soon make a code review mandatory for all applications distributed outside its own Mac App Store by new developers, a first step towards requiring all Mac software to pass similar reviews.

The Cupertino, Calif. company argued that the process, which it calls “notarization,” would build a more secure macOS environment. “We’re working with developers to create a safer Mac user experience through a process where all software, whether distributed on the [Mac] App Store or outside of it, is signed or notarized by Apple,” the company stated in an April 10 message on its developer portal.

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from Computerworld https://www.computerworld.com/article/3391202/apple-edges-closer-to-cursory-code-review-for-all-mac-apps.html#tk.rss_all

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