Re: Code Signing
I would disagree. There are very specific circumstances where the embedded code must be signed by the original developer. Anything that is shared falls into this category. If you re-sign a shared third-party dext or sext you won’t get the behavior you want, and you will break other vendors applications. Another way to think of it - do you really want to be responsible for someone else’s code? In some cases you would be breaking the agreement you made to use that framework, bundle, tool, or other piece of code.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
In general, if it comes signed, leave it that way and don’t overwrite it with another signature. You just might be breaking it. Worse, lawyers just might get involved...
On Feb 11, 2021, at 8:01 PM, Shane Stanley <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: