Few weeks ago I've installed a CLI application from Homebrew that wasn't signed or notarised (what's Apple calls from an "unidentified developer").
To run this application I've followed the well know steps from Apple and called it a day.
Now I want to revoke this exception to be able to test the new version of the same CLI application that will come signed and notarised by the developer.
I've tried to follow the instruction from posts that suggest the change Gatekeeper rules using
spctl like this question without success.
It looks like the rules managed using
spctl are not involved in this context, because I've tried to do:
$ spctl --reset-default $ spctl --list > list.before.txt
and then I've authorised the app to run using System Preferences > Security & Privacy > 'Allow'
$ spctl --list > list.after.txt
and after run a compare between the two:
$ diff list.before.txt list.after.txt (no differences)
The CLI app continue to run no matter what I do with the
How can I revert the permission to run to this unidentified developer's CLI app? 😭