If you’re running OS X Mountain Lion on your Mac there’s a feature you should know about called — Gatekeeper. The primary function of Gatekeeper is to prevent malware like viruses and trojan horses from getting their hacking hooks into your Mac. Gatekeeper does this, by default, by only allowing apps that are downloaded from the Mac App Store or from “identified and trusted developers” be opened.
But what if you know the app you’re trying to open is safe even, though the developer didn’t or couldn’t get a trusted certificate from Apple- (For example, Jailbreak softwar…
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How to open apps from an unidentified developer in OS X Mountain Lion
Allyson Kazmucha – tipb.com