It seems that the time when I became interested in Mac automation in earnest was from the time of Maverick (OSX 10.9)
Every time a new macOS comes out, I feel that security is getting stronger, and even recently, there is a thing called Notarization in macOS catalina.
My question focuses more on this point than on the sandbox
Just as the text messaging app cannot be accessed by other apps on the iPhone,‘Wouldn’t Apple go about making it more difficult or even blocking the delivery of Apple events between Mac applications?’
I think. And, this is why I wrote this question
I’m just wondering if other people have different opinions on my thoughts
Apple have made it clear and specially on mobile device that privacy is very important. To have
a good privacy you also need to have a good security. It means third party couldn’t access your
private data without you know about it. It means if you allow third party access its limited.
It means your system will be more protected…
When AppleScript 25 year ago it was a different time. Privacy is so important today 2020 and
not only for technology companies but also for any nation who believe its a right.
If a company do not take it seriously it will or could harm the company more and the people
who use it. Apple knows that and thats why they take it very serious.
People always find new ways to steal private data and that is the world we live in.
Ask yourself would you trust Google to have update launch deamon that is run every time
you start your computer when you have Google Chrome installed on your system.
Google is very different company compare to Apple…