A Boolean value that indicates whether to disable all code signing protections while launching an app, and during its execution.
- macOS 10.7+
The system causes an app that attempts to directly modify sections of its own executable files on disk to forcefully exit. Use the
Disable Executable Memory Protection Entitlement to enable this kind of unsafe software update. Even with this entitlement, however, updates that modify some files but not others may cause unexpected app state. Ensure that you perform updates atomically, with the final app bundle swapped out after app exit.
To add this entitlement to your app, first enable the Hardened Runtime capability in Xcode, and then under Runtime Exceptions, select Disable Executable Memory Protection.