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      Latest reply on Aug 8, 2019 1:59 AM by eskimo
      Stylo Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

        And how is it different from com.apple.system-task-ports?

        There's no information about it anywhere.

         

        Thanks!

        • Re: what's com.apple.system-task-ports.safe entitlement purpose?
          eskimo Apple Staff Apple Staff (12,425 points)

          Why do you care?  Entitlements starting with com.apple are not available to third-parties, and thus their behaviour is generally not relevant to developers.

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            • Re: what's com.apple.system-task-ports.safe entitlement purpose?
              obenshalom Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

              That's just not correct..

               

              I can start mentioning:

              - com.apple.developer.endpoint-security.client

              - com.apple.developer.system-extension.install

              - com.apple.security.application-groups

              - com.apple.security.cs.allow-jit

               

              etc.

                • Re: what's com.apple.system-task-ports.safe entitlement purpose?
                  eskimo Apple Staff Apple Staff (12,425 points)

                  That's just not correct..

                  Indeed.  Sorry about that.  Indeed, on iOS you’ll find entitlements, like get-task-allow, without any prefix at all.

                  A better way to say this would be that:

                  • In general, entitlements that are available to third parties fall into specific hierarchies (com.apple.developer and com.apple.security).

                  • Regardless, third parties can’t use entitlements without explicit approval by Apple, and that approval is only granted if the entitlement is documented for third-party use.

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