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How To Disable “Application Downloaded From The Internet” Message in Mac OS X

April 29, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 


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Here’s something for our Mac OS X users! Yes, do you know, you can remove “Blah is an application downloaded from the internet. Are you sure you want to open it?” message? Well, don’t worry, you are on the right track! Actually, using the command lines, you can disable the above message in Mac OS X. Don’t be panic, it’s very simple process. Just head down to below to solve the above issue.

Disable warning message that says "Are you sure you want to open this file?"

First, launch the Mac OS X Terminal, and type in the following command line;

xattr -d -r com.apple.quarantine /Path/to/application/

Also, if you want to disable that warning message from all in your ~/Downloads directory, then, just type the following command;

xattr -d -r com.apple.quarantine ~/Downloads

NOTE : Keep one thing in mind that this method only effects items you selected to specify. But, if you want to disable this message from ever appearing again for any apps downloaded, learn how to permanently disable the file warning dialogue.

Well, if you’ll have any difficulty while going through the above steps, then, don’t hesitate, just write to us in our comment section below. Also, if you are successful in performing the above, then, just don’t forget to share your views and comments on this with us.


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Article by Prativa Khuntia

Hello Friends ! This is Prativa, a full time writer who covers breaking Apple News and writes all the things about iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac OS X exclusively for 3noobs.com. I love descriptive writing. Apart from that I have great interest on Science related topics as I was a Science student.

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