Paste gets notarized

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Jan 20 · 1 min read

In macOS Mojave Apple introduced a new notarization feature for apps distributed outside of the Mac App Store that’s designed to further protect you from malicious software.

Notarization adds an extra layer of security, it automatically scans apps distributed outside of the Mac App Store and performs security checks for malicious code and code signing problems.

Starting from version 2.4.2 every new release of Paste will be submitted to Apple to be notarized in order to make sure that it meets the latest security requirements.

We care about your privacy and security. Please make sure you’re using the latest version of macOS and Paste. 🤓

Paste

Paste is a smart cloud clipboard history and snippets manager for Mac and iOS. It keeps everything you copy across all your devices and allows you to reuse it again and again. Try Paste for free at https://pasteapp.me.

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Smart cloud clipboard history and snippets manager for Mac and iOS. https://pasteapp.me

Paste

Paste

Paste is a smart cloud clipboard history and snippets manager for Mac and iOS. It keeps everything you copy across all your devices and allows you to reuse it again and again. Try Paste for free at https://pasteapp.me.

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