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I have a non-apple code signing certificate that I'm trying to use on applications made with PackageMaker in Mavericks.

I identify the certificate in PackageMaker under the package 'configuration' tab, build and test the package. All is good.

I upload the package to my web-site so my clients can get it (ftp/fetch). When it is subsequently downloaded the user gets a message that the package is damaged and should be moved to the trash.

If not signed, there is no damage.

What do I need to do to get the signed package up onto the web-site for distribution without damaging it?
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Moved to the development forum.

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It's an older thread discussion but maybe still the answer if not more restricted with updated OS security..???

osx mountain lion - Non-Apple Issued Code Signing Certificate: Can it Work with Mac OS 10.8 Gatekeeper? - Stack Overflow
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