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That box is clearly trying to install some funny trojan on your computer. (side advice: never download Flash from anywhere that's not Adobe's website, but I'm sure you already know that if you're 'sailing the high seas'.) Unfortunately, there's no way to avoid closing everything. The only way out of this is to force-quit Safari through Force Quit - the ...


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In my case I did not have third party applications interfering with the security restriction. I also could not plug in a mouse or keyboard as I had no physical access to the server. My solution was to: Remove the private key from the keychain Re-add the private key, with a flag adding /usr/bin/codesign to the list of exceptions Here is the command: sudo ...


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SmoothMouse, in my case, was causing this. I just had to disable it temporarily to be able to click the Allow button.



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