Quarantino
Quarantino
1.0.0

4.0

Quarantino free download for Mac

Quarantino1.0.0

09 January 2015

Inspect and remove quarantine attributes from apps.

Overview

Quarantino attempts to provide all the useful information regarding a downloaded app on one display so you can quickly make an intelligent decision about whether you want to run the app. Gatekeeper is a wonderful security feature of OS X, but with the restrictions on valid code signed applications, a quarantine removal tool is useful.

What's new in Quarantino

Version 1.0.0:
  • Initial release

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How would you rate Quarantino app?

1 Reviews of Quarantino

4
MichaelHaeusler
31 August 2015
Version: 1.0.0

Most helpful

On Yosemite you can disable Gatekeeper altogether, which I have done, but I also have System Integrity Protection (SIP) disabled, which reactivates Gatekeeper/Quarantine, because you can't have both disabled. (At least that's what I've read.) So I need to disable Quarantine on a per-app basis, and Quarantino does the job very well. I only give it 4 stars, though, because some enhanced functionality would have been a no-brainer, namely a list of installed applications with an optional floating info window and (most importantly) a checkbox behind every app in the list to disable Quarantine. At the moment you have to load an app manually to disable. Quarantino is a good & useful software, but it could use some functionality improvements. Anyway, I can recommend it. PS: And a 64bit version wouldn't be too bad either. :)
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4
MichaelHaeusler
31 August 2015
Version: 1.0.0
On Yosemite you can disable Gatekeeper altogether, which I have done, but I also have System Integrity Protection (SIP) disabled, which reactivates Gatekeeper/Quarantine, because you can't have both disabled. (At least that's what I've read.) So I need to disable Quarantine on a per-app basis, and Quarantino does the job very well. I only give it 4 stars, though, because some enhanced functionality would have been a no-brainer, namely a list of installed applications with an optional floating info window and (most importantly) a checkbox behind every app in the list to disable Quarantine. At the moment you have to load an app manually to disable. Quarantino is a good & useful software, but it could use some functionality improvements. Anyway, I can recommend it. PS: And a 64bit version wouldn't be too bad either. :)
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