How to Disable Gatekeeper in macOS Sierra (add Special K for Sierra Utility and CORE KG – K Patcher)

How to Disable Gatekeeper in macOS Sierra (add Special K for Sierra Utility and CORE KG – K Patcher)

To resolute Gatekeeper issues on macOS Sierra we prepared a script to automatically unlock images and programs (annoying image/application is damaged messages pretending you cannot open things).

In cases you prefer a manual installation the image file in this folder could be used. For that reason you might have to partially or completely disable Gatekeeper checks.

Option I
For a certain application run in Terminal:
sudo xattr -rd com.apple.quarantine /Applications/LockedApp.app


Option II
To disable checks globally run in Terminal:
sudo spctl --master-disable


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How to Disable Gatekeeper in macOS Sierra (add Special K for Sierra Utility and CORE KG – K Patcher)



Special K for Sierra Utility

How to Disable Gatekeeper in macOS Sierra (add Special K for Sierra Utility and CORE KG – K Patcher)


This is a utility to use Special [K] patchers on macOS Sierra.
This is in NO WAY associated or endorsed by the Special [K] group.

The Xcode Command Line tools must be installed for patching.
If they are not installed, the utility will quit and you will be offered a chance to install them.

Neither the patcher nor the app to be patched need to be placed in any special folder.
However, the app cannot be on a read-only disk.

There are no error messages if the patching fails. In command line mode, the Special [K] patcher does not provide any feedback. Occasionally, successful patching does produce some output, but that has been suppressed to prevent confusion.

The utility will first ask the user to select the patcher. The utility will verify that it is a fairly recent Special [K] patcher. If it isn’t, the user will be asked to select again.

After the patcher has been selected, the user will select the app to be patched. There is no checking to see whether the correct app was chosen. And as said before, failure to patch will not be identified.

The Xcode Command Line tools must be installed for patching.


If you need to, please click to download.

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How to Disable Gatekeeper in macOS Sierra (add Special K for Sierra Utility and CORE KG – K Patcher)


CORE Patcher for Sierra

How to Disable Gatekeeper in macOS Sierra (add Special K for Sierra Utility and CORE KG – K Patcher)


This is a utility to use CORE patchers on macOS Sierra.

CORE keygens doesn't work on macOS Sierra.

However you can run CORE keygens with this small utility.

Run this, select a CORE keygen, and enjoy!

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How to Disable Gatekeeper in macOS Sierra (add Special K for Sierra Utility and CORE KG – K Patcher)
  • Title: How to Disable Gatekeeper in macOS Sierra (add Special K for Sierra Utility and CORE KG – K Patcher)
  • Developer: Unknown Software
  • Compatibility: macOS 10.12 or later
  • Language: English
  • Size: 3.55 MB

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