Sandkorn is a new and easy to use utility that shows you which of your macOS apps that are sandboxed. It also shows you what entitlements those apps have. And if an app is universal.
A sandbox is an access control technology for macOS.
Many apps are restricted in a sandbox - all new Mac App Store apps are - but it is hard to know what those restrictions are for each app. And it is even harder to get an overview of all your apps. But Sandkorn helps you with that.
By using Sandkorn you can now in a simple way see what apps have no restrictions at all or, for instance, are limited to accessing your contacts or some particular folder.
• Updated for macOS 11.0 Big Sur
• Now shows if an app is universal or not
• Some small bug fixes and improvements
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Please remove Catalina
People with Catalina are given a notice of an update, but the update is only for Big Sur. Can you remove the offer to update people with Catalina? It's annoying to always have a notification for an update that won't install. The other option is to remove Sandkorn, which I want to keep using before I get Big Sur.
Nice to see what apps have.
Only knocked one star because its hard to read greyed out items.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.