Listen: Developer, Apple And Maui discussed on This Week in Tech
"This would be that we know who made every app running on your system, you know, they on currently. No that of course, not I can I can give you an applicant send you an app. Yeah. Yeah. So now, you have to have to be verified by apple this is you this is your real address, and as you point out, Christina. This is not worked perfectly. There were Turkish certificates that were used by Maui where they were legitimate. Yeah. There've been a lot of those. And there's also been the sort of thing. What's happened is that people oftentimes for pirated stop because we were seeing this on Iowa's while where people would create would use the enterprise kits and. Strip using Facebook and Google. And they were doing was actually something that a lot of you know, companies have used for years to kind of get away with some of the app store restrictions because for the enterprise things you can bypass love about stuff. Like, oh, we want access pirated contents. We can do that using this app that is that has been done by a developer certificate, and I guess because they have so many of those those aren't vetted in the same way. Like, you said the Turkish, malware instance, that's been the sort of situation. So I think that they're trying to, you know, stop that as a vector of spreading now wearing spreading other things because people do use their their, you know, developer certificates to distribute stuff in there might not be that, you know, same level of scrutiny that that we that you think that there might be so, but you're not wrong in the in the fact that it's going to be an edge case. But it's gonna be the edge cases, where this is one of those instances, at least in my pen in where the people who are impacted the most by this or some of the power users and the people who are really dedicated to being on knock. Co s. Who use Microsoft's visual studio on MAC because it says you have to use x code ten or later. The"