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If your question pertains to a specific protocol, e.g., ssh or ssl (https), please use that tag instead. This is for general security of hardware, information, software topics where another tag isn’t presumed. iPhone security should use iPhone or iOS tag.

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extract Code Signing Certificates (CSCs) from an .app or signed .dmg as ASN.1 (DER) with codesign -d --extract-certificates prefix /path/to/file.dmg After that you can do stuff with it using openssl, security
asked Aug 7 '16 by JayB
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I think it works with the following command: xar --dump-toc="${HOME}/Desktop/header.xml" -f /path/to/your/archive.xip This will write an xml file called "header" onto your desktop, and that one cont …
answered Aug 7 '16 by JayB