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CrowdStrike Falcon Sandbox FAQ

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What is Falcon Sandbox™?

CrowdStrike® Falcon Sandbox is an automated malware analysis solution that empowers security teams by overlaying comprehensive threat intelligence with the results of the world’s most powerful sandbox solution. This unique combination provides context, enabling analysts to better understand sophisticated malware attacks and tune their defenses. Falcon Sandbox performs deep analysis of evasive and unknown threats, enriches the results with threat intelligence, and delivers actionable indicators of compromise (IOCs). Falcon Sandbox enables cybersecurity teams of all skill levels to increase their understanding of the threats they face and use that knowledge to defend against future attacks.

What is the hybrid analysis technology and how does it benefit malware analysis?

Hybrid analysis is a file analysis approach that combines runtime data with memory dump analysis to extract all possible execution pathways even for the most evasive malware. The combination of hybrid analysis and extensive pre- and post-execution analysis delivers a unique capability, resulting in the extraction of more IOCs than any other competing sandbox solution. All data extracted from the hybrid analysis engine is processed automatically and integrated into the malware analysis reports.

How is a Falcon Sandbox license different than is a free online malware analysis community enabling users to submit files for free in-depth analysis. In addition, users can search thousands of existing malware reports or download samples and IOCs via the website and well-documented REST API.

Hybrid-Analysis is an independent service, powered by Falcon Sandbox and is a great way to evaluate the Falcon Sandbox technology. Hybrid Analysis provides a subset of Falcon Sandbox capabilities. The following chart highlights a few of the differences:

FeatureHybrid-Analysis.comFalcon Sandbox
Private Cloud
Falcon Sandbox
On Premise
Windows 7 (32/64)

Windows 10
Ubuntu 16 (64)
Ubuntu 16 (16/64) and RedHat
Custom “Golden” Images
Max file submissions per monthUp to 30 as GuestUp to 25,000Unlimited
Analyze Files/Archives
Analyze URLs
Re-analyze extracted files
Custom Action Scripts
Binary Samples/PCAPS
Per Process Memory Dumps
Risk view summary and verdict
View all malicious/suspicious indicators (IOAs)
View all network IDS rule triggersRequires license
Full privacy for your reports
CrowdStrike Intel integration (attribution, IOCs, IDS, YARA)Requires license
Falcon MalQuery Integration
REST API for file submissions and search
Support for SOAR tools (e.g Phantom, Demisto)
SIEM integration (CEF, syslog)
Passive email/NFS scanning with Falcon Bridge
Unlimited detonation environments
Write custom IOAs
Add custom YARA rules
Are files submitted to Falcon Sandbox private?

Yes, files submitted to Falcon Sandbox are private. When you license Falcon Sandbox, CrowdStrike creates a dedicated private cloud instance reserved just for your organization.  All submitted files and associated reports are stored and maintained in this separate environment. If you have privacy policies that restrict sending malware files to the cloud, please consider the Falcon Sandbox On-Prem version.

Why is a “kernel mode monitor” important when analyzing malware?

Authors of modern malware are aware of sandbox technology and have instrumented their malware to either stop or hide malicious activity when it detects an external process monitoring the file. Traditional, first-generation sandbox monitors run at the application layer (user mode) to intercept system library calls, which are easily detected. Falcon Sandbox implements monitoring at the operating system level (kernel mode) leaving the target process untouched, making it very difficult to detect. The Falcon Sandbox kernel mode monitor has proven to be robust and extremely effective against “in the wild” and most current malware samples. CrowdStrike’s world-class anti-sandbox and anti-VM detection technology (illustrated by benchmark tools such as Pafish or VMDE) enables analysis of most evasive malware. CrowdStrike is constantly updating Falcon Sandbox to stay ahead of new evasion techniques and verifies its performance with in-house benchmark tools and the public community offering that is field-tested every day.

How does Falcon Sandbox scale?

Falcon Sandbox Private Cloud scales automatically. You can easily process up to 25,000 files per month with the appropriate license. This level of scalability is provided without any infrastructure costs to you.

Falcon Sandbox On-Prem customers can scale to over 25,000 files per month, the the appropriate license. It is possible to create distributed large-scale systems using the load-balancing broker Falcon Sandbox Bridge and enable processing of an unlimited amount of files. Please contact for guidance on deployment options.

What is Falcon Sandbox On-Prem?

Falcon Sandbox On-Prem is designed for organizations that require customized control of how malware is detonated; have stringent privacy requirements that restrict files from leaving the organization; or require massive scalability that exceeds 25,000 files analyzed per month.

Falcon Sandbox On-Prem includes the features of Falcon Sandbox Private Cloud, plus:

  • Enables custom or “golden” guest virtual machine images (VirtualBox hypervisors are supported).
  • Analyzes files in an unlimited number of virtual environments in parallel, to provide true targeted attack detection
  • Ability to tune Falcon Sandbox to your specific requirements. Falcon Sandbox On-Prem has hundreds of configuration options including custom “action scripts” (to simulate human activity during detonation), custom behavior indicators, and you can manipulate the malware verdict for custom risk scoring
  • Ability to run completely disconnected from the network (air gapped), while simulating network connectivity (using FakeNet-NG, INetSim)
  • Enables a variety of integrations such as sending feedback analysis results to SIEMs using CEF syslog
  • Ability to add your own custom YARA rules, hash/certificate whitelists and more

CrowdStrike provides all the software used by Falcon Sandbox On-Prem as part of an automated installation process. CrowdStrike notifies all customers when a new release is available with links to both the documentation as well as the release package. Upgrading the system is automated, easy and fast.

What is the difference between Falcon Sandbox Private Cloud and Falcon Sandbox On-Prem?

Falcon Sandbox Private Cloud is the preferred deployment option for most Falcon Sandbox users. The cloud delivery provides instant time-to-value and no infrastructure investment and is a compelling cost-effective deployment option.

The Falcon Sandbox On-Prem option is designed for organizations that demand customized control of how malware is detonated, have stringent privacy requirements that restrict malware from leaving the organization or require massive scalability exceeding 25,000 files analyzed per month.
The following chart offers a summary of features for the two deployment options:

FeatureFalcon Sandbox Private CloudFalcon Sandbox On-Prem
Total Files Analyzed Per MonthUp to 25,000 filesUnlimited license available
Guest Operating System SupportWindows, 7,10, (32/64), Ubuntu  Linux (64), Android (static analysis)Adds custom virtual machine  images, Ubuntu Linux (32 bit)
PrivacyAll files/reports are privateAdds ability to deploy disconnected to the network (air gapped)
Downloads / File FormatsBinary samples, PCAPs,MAEC, STIX, MISP, OPenIOC, PDF, XML, JSON, HTMLAdds CEF format
CustomizationConfigure malware detonation (duration, date & time), select existing action scripts and choose from existing execution environmentsAdds the ability to run malware samples on custom images, create user-defined action scripts and add fine-grained configuration options
ReportingFull analysis reports, including recursive file analysisRecursive file analysis (coming soon)
CrowdStrike Intelligence IntegrationYesRequires license
MalQuery IntegrationYesRequires license
What is Falcon Sandbox Bridge?

For Falcon Sandbox On-Prem customers: Falcon Sandbox Bridge enables the creation of a distributed Falcon Sandbox system that can process hundreds of thousands of files per day.  This scale is accomplished by adding physical servers to your existing Falcon Sandbox On-Prem system with a load balancing controller that distributes incoming files to one or more designated application servers managed by Falcon Sandbox Bridge.

For all Falcon Sandbox customers: Falcon Sandbox Bridge can collect files from various sources (e.g. e-mail inboxes, network drives, etc.) and forward them to Falcon Sandbox Private Cloud or Falcon Sandbox On-Prem. The file collection process is implemented by polling the file source at a user-defined frequency. Once analysis is complete, and the result for a file is retrieved — based on a user-defined threat level — an automated email notification is sent.

What files can Falcon Sandbox analyze?

The Falcon Sandbox supports PE files (.exe, .scr, .pif, .dll, .com, .cpl, etc.), Office (.doc, .docx, .ppt, .pps, .pptx, .ppsx, .xls, .xlsx, .rtf, .pub), PDF, APK, executable JAR, Windows Script Component (.sct), Windows Shortcut (.lnk), Windows Help (.chm), HTML Application (.hta), Windows Script File (*.wsf), Javascript (.js), Visual Basic (*.vbs, *.vbe), Shockwave Flash (.swf), Perl (.pl), Powershell (.ps1, .psd1, .psm1), Scalable Vector Graphics (.svg), Python (.py) and Perl (.pl) scripts, Linux ELF executables, MIME RFC 822 (*.eml) and Outlook *.msg files.

You can upload archives with or without a password: ace, arj, 7z, bzip2, gzip2, iso, rar, rev, tar, wim, xz and zip. If you use a password, the typical, “infected,” password is required.

What report formats do you support?

Report formats include XML, MAEC (4.1), OpenIOC (1.1), MISP XML and JSON. Reports are also provided as a single HTML or PDF file.

Can I control how a file is analyzed?

Falcon Sandbox Private Cloud enables users to take control by providing the ability to configure settings to determine how malware is detonated. These options include setting the date/time, environmental variables, setting command line options, providing passwords for PDF/Office prompts and more. In addition, you can select from many “action scripts” that will mimic user behavior (such as mouse clicks and movement, keyboard entry, etc.) during detonation to help expose malware attempting to hide from sandbox technology.

If you need additional flexibility, Falcon Sandbox On-Prem provides additional capabilities and is designed for organizations that demand customized control of how malware is detonated.

What are Falcon Sandbox behavioral Indicators?

Behavioral indicators, similar to indicators of attack (IOAs), define high-risk activity or a series of activities taken in sequence that can be considered potentially malicious. Examples include adding an entry to an autostart registry, changing a firewall setting, writing a known ransomware file to disk or sending data on unusual ports. Behavioral indicators provide a more complete view into the potential risk of the file and are used to identify previously unknown threats.  Falcon Sandbox includes more than 700 generic behavioral indicators, which are constantly being updated and expanded.

What detonation operating systems do you support?

We support Windows Desktop XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 (32 and 64 bit) and Ubuntu/RHEL Linux (32 and 64 bit). We also support static file analysis for Android APK files. Custom virtual machine images (using VMWare and VirtualBox) are supported with Falcon Sandbox On-Prem.

What type of information is available in a Falcon Sandbox analysis report?

Falcon Sandbox reports include an incident response summary, links to related sandbox analysis reports, many IOCs, actor attribution, recursive file analysis, file details, screenshots of the detonation, runtime process tree, network traffic analysis, extracted strings and IP/URL reputation lookups. In addition, reports are enriched with information from AlienVault OTX, VirusTotal and by Falcon Intelligence, providing threat actor attribution, related samples and more. In addition, you can review CrowdStrike’s Falcon Sandbox reports for examples.

Can I threat hunt and search through the results of previously analyzed malware?

Yes, Falcon Sandbox provides a variety of search options, including the ability to combine search terms. You can search for a virus family name, threat actor, specific file type, hash, #tag and whether a specific behavioral indicator was triggered. You can even find reports that contacted a specific IP address, country, domain, URL and much more.

What integrations are provided with Falcon Sandbox?

Falcon Sandbox offers a wide range of integrations including:

  • VirusTotal and OPSWAT Metadefender
  • AlienVault OTX
  • SIEM systems using CEF format
  • NSRL (Whitelisting)
  • Thug honeyclient (e.g. URL exploit analysis)
  • Suricata (network threat detection)
  • TOR (to avoid external IP fingerprinting)
  • Orchestration platforms (e.g. Demisto, Phantom)
  • FAME (malware analysis framework)
  • Cortex (manages observables at scale)

The full-featured Falcon Sandbox REST API is also available. (read more)

What is recursive analysis and why is it important?

Recursive analysis is a unique capability that determines whether the analyzed file is related to a larger campaign, malware family or threat actor. Falcon Sandbox will automatically search the industries largest malware search engine to find related samples and within seconds expand the analysis to include all files. This is important because it provides analysts with a deeper understanding of the attack and a larger set of IOCs that can be used to better protect the organization.

Is Falcon Sandbox localized to any languages?

Yes: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Chinese, Turkish, Russian, Vietnamese, Korean, Thai, Indonesian, Malaysian, Arabic

How is Falcon Sandbox priced?

Falcon Sandbox is licensed on a subscription basis, based upon the number of files analyzed by Falcon Sandbox per month. Flexible subscriptions options are available for both Falcon Sandbox Private Cloud and the On-Prem Edition.

For more information, please contact us.

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App Sandbox

App Sandbox is a macOS access control technology designed to contain damage to the system and user data if an app becomes compromised.

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Sandboxed NE System Extension cannot access Keychain

I am building a Transparent Proxy Network Extension for Developer ID publication (i.e. not Mac App Store). When testing, I ran the NE as an Application Extension (appex -- entitlement app-proxy-provider), and that ran as the active user in an App Sandbox. Part of my extension reads the system root certificate store (both admin and system domains) from Keychain using the Security framework, and this all worked perfectly fine. However, since my app is non-MAS, the extension must be made into a System Extension (entitlement app-proxy-provider-systemextension). This means my extension is now running as root and unsandboxed, which is definitely not ideal. So I re-enabled App Sandbox on the extension, and surprisingly it actually works. (I've been unable to get an executable running as root to use an App Sandbox in the past, e.g. through sandbox-exec or otherwise.) The problem is that the root sandbox seems more restrictive than the regular user sandbox. Namely, unlike the appex's sandbox, it cannot seem to access Keychain at all. Trying to read the admin and system certificate store fails. For example, using the function SecTrustSettingsCopyCertificates on the system domain returns the error No Trust Settings were found. Additionally, these logs are written to the system Console when I called the function. error kernel Sandbox: [my bundle id](1478) deny(1) file-write-data /private/var/db/mds/system/mds.lock default [my bundle id] MacOS error: -25337 default [my bundle id] CSSM Exception: 3 unknown error 3=3 default [my bundle id] CSSM Exception: -2147414013 CSSMERR_DL_MDS_ERROR default [my bundle id] CSSM Exception: -2147414013 CSSMERR_DL_MDS_ERROR So it looks like the Sysex running in an App Sandbox as root prevents access to MDS (CSSM Module Directory Service, perhaps? Or is it Spotlight's Metadata Service?), which I guess breaks the Keychain lookups. Other functions to access the Keychain, such as SecItemCopyMatching, also fail with the same sandbox errors logged to console. Surprisingly, a solution that seems to solve the problem is to use a temporary-exception to allow mds.lock. <key></key> <array> <string>/private/var/db/mds/system/mds.lock</string> </array> However, this obviously seems quite sketchy, especially since I'm not even sure what mds is. So, ultimately, my question is: is there any non-sketchy way to create a Network Extension for non-Mac App Store publication which can run in a secure context (e.g. not root, or root with App Sandbox) and still have access Keychain? Is my temporary-exception solution actually okay for production use? My extension does not need root permissions, and I took great care to ensure that my userspace proxy daemon was running as unprivileged as possible back with Network Kernel Extensions. It seems silly that now the "more secure" NKE replacement involves requiring NEs to run as root.
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CGEvent to simulate paste command silently fails on High Sierra

I have the following piece of code that is used to trigger pasting of what is currently in the pasteboard: let vCode = UInt16(kVK_ANSI_V) let source = CGEventSource(stateID: .combinedSessionState) source?.setLocalEventsFilterDuringSuppressionState([.permitLocalMouseEvents, .permitSystemDefinedEvents], &#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9; state: .eventSuppressionStateSuppressionInterval) let keyVDown = CGEvent(keyboardEventSource: source, virtualKey: vCode, keyDown: true) let keyVUp = CGEvent(keyboardEventSource: source, virtualKey: vCode, keyDown: false) keyVDown?.flags = .maskCommand keyVUp?.flags = .maskCommand keyVDown?.post(tap: .cgAnnotatedSessionEventTap) keyVUp?.post(tap: .cgAnnotatedSessionEventTap) The code worked fine and reliably until I enabled App Sandbox. Now, the code still works in Catalina and Mojave, but silently fails in High Sierra. The application has full accessibility permissions. This code is used in my open source clipboard manager - Maccy. You can see full code in
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macOS : Accessing UserDefaults when App Group is enabled

I am developing a macOS app, with an embedded Finder Extension - and I want the app and the extension to share UserDefaults - The App is Sandboxed for future distribution on the app store. I followed instructions here : Both targets are part of the same app group, as it can be seen in the Entitlements: <key></key> <true/> <key></key> <array> <string>$(TeamIdentifierPrefix)com.stormacq.mac.MyApp</string> </array> &#9;&#9;<key></key> &#9;&#9;<true/> &#9; 2. I am accessing the UserDefaults by the suiteName : &#9; let defaults = UserDefaults.init(suiteName: "") &#9; //where TEAM_ID is the actual team id used to sign the app (something like 123AB45CDE) &#9; However, when trying to read or write the defaults at App startup time, I receive this error message : [User Defaults] Couldn't read values in CFPrefsPlistSource<0x600002c4d200> (Domain:, User: kCFPreferencesAnyUser, ByHost: Yes, Container: (null), Contents Need Refresh: Yes): Using kCFPreferencesAnyUser with a container is only allowed for System Containers, detaching from cfprefsd I found weird that the error message says Container: (null),. The group container and the shared Preference file is created (and contains the correct default values set by my code) : ➜&#9;~ ls -al ~/Library/Group\ Containers/;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9;&#9; total 8 drwx------&#9;3 stormacq&#9;1896053708&#9; 96 Sep&#9;6 19:58 . drwx------&#9;5 stormacq&#9;1896053708&#9;160 Sep&#9;6 19:58 1 stormacq&#9;1896053708&#9;103 Sep&#9;6 19:58 I edited TEAM_ID to post this message I am using Xcode 11.7 (Swift 5) and macOS 10.15.6. What did I miss ?
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Mac App Store Sandbox Test -> App is Damaged..

macOS 10.15.6 - Xcode 11.7 This app has been in App Store for over a year. The code in question here has been working and tested. It no longer functions as before... Attempting to test a brand new install using a sandbox account on a Mac. Receipt validation is run in main.m with: ...             return NSApplicationMain(argc, (const char **)argv);         } } @catch (NSException *e) {         exit(173);     } Delete the appropriate folder in ~/../Containers Clean - Build - Run When Run the exception is trapped and the prompt for sandbox credentials is shown. Upon completion of the credentials I receive the 'app is damaged and cannot be opened...' I have logged out, I have rebooted, I have tried with a different sandbox account - all to no avail. Any thoughts would be deeply appreciated! Thanks for your time! Steve
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_MASReceipt data won't download when testing with Sandbox users

For the past week I’ve been unable to prepare new Mac applications for submission to App Store Connect. macOS isn't providing my apps with MAS Receipt data at launch time when testing with App Store Connect Sandbox users. I discovered this when I started working on an update for one of our apps. But I’ve found that almost all of our other published apps are exhibiting the same behavior. When our apps are launched, we check for the existence of MAS Receipt data in the app's package (ie, When the receipt doesn’t exist our apps call exit(173) as per Apple’s guidelines. At that point, macOS typically downloads the MAS Receipt data and re-launches the app for us. However, after the call to exit(173) no Receipt data is downloaded, and the Finder reports the app as being “Damaged”. An inspection of the Console log reveals the following: loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport applicationQuit:] | for app:MyAppName, _appTrackingState = 2 loginwindow -[PersistentAppsSupport applicationQuit:] | App: MyAppName, quit, updating active tracking timer storeuid ReceiptRefreshRequest: Error fetching receipt for /Applications/ - Error Code=500 "(null)" storelegacy StoreLegacy: Failed to perform in-line receipt renewal for application at path /Applications/ : 'The operation couldn’t be completed. ( error 500.)' (This particular log text is from Mojave; Catalina doesn’t provide many more details) I’m able to reproduce this issue on 3 different Macs (iMac Pro, MacBook Pro 2014, and iMac 2010), 3 different OS’s (Catalina, Mojave, High Sierra), and 4 different Sandbox accounts, one of which is brand new. I’ve made sure my Apple ID is logged out of the Mac App Store, iTunes, and iCloud. I’ve rebooted my Macs countless times. I’ve even gone so far as to install a “clean” version of Catalina on one of my Macs. Nothing seems to help. I contacted Developer Support about this. Unfortunately they didn’t have any answers and suggested I post in the Forums or file a Tech Support request. So I figured I’d try the Forums first to see if anyone had any thoughts. Thanks!
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Strange error when resolving a security-scoped bookmark

I have a strange error when resolving a security-scoped bookmark (SSB) in my screensaver. The code works fine for almost all users (even under Mojave), except for one user under Mojave (10.14.6). Here is the code in question: NSError * error; BOOL isStale = NO; NSURL * dir_location = [NSURL URLByResolvingBookmarkData: bookmark                                                  options: NSURLBookmarkResolutionWithSecurityScope                                            relativeToURL: nil bookmarkDataIsStale: & isStale                                                    error: & error]; The method returns NULL, and error says:  Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=259 "The file couldn't be opened because it isn't in the correct format." The SSB points to a directory in the user's home. I can see that in the log, because in my code I do NSDictionary * dict = [NSURL resourceValuesForKeys: [NSArray arrayWithObjects: NSURLPathKey, nil]                                   fromBookmarkData: bookmark ]; and then I output [dict objectForKey: NSURLPathKey] . The user has opened the directory in the previous run, and I am creating and storing an SSB with this code: NSError * systemError; NSData * dir_bookmark = [dir bookmarkDataWithOptions: NSURLBookmarkCreationWithSecurityScope                       includingResourceValuesForKeys: nil                                        relativeToURL: nil                                                error: &systemError]; and it seems to work just fine. I don't know whether or not it matters: the error occurs in a screensaver of mine, i.e., it occurs when the users launches the screensaver moving the mouse into the respective hot corner. But the SSB is created and resolved by exactly the same .saver executable. Does anyone have an idea why -URLByResolvingBookmarkData might fail? Or could some kind soul give me hints how I might be able to track down the bug? (Of course, I tried to google, to no avail.) I am at a loss here ... Thanks a lot in advance. Best regards, Gabriel
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Restore purchases stopped working on macOS Catalina (Sandbox)

Hello, Environment macOS Catalina 10.15.6 Xcode 11.6, Xcode 12 beta 6 App Sandbox Problem: A call to SKPaymentQueue.default().restoreCompletedTransactions() suddenly stopped calling paymentQueue(:updatedTransactions:) and directly invokes paymentQueueRestoreCompletedTransactionsFinished(:) I have an unreleased Mac app with a few non-consumables, and one of the IAP has Apple hosted content. Until a few days ago, both the in-app purchases & restore purchases were working fine, paymentQueue(:updatedTransactions:) was called during purchase and as well as restore flow, and the content was successfully downloaded. With no code changes to StoreKit flow, the restore purchases stopped working and paymentQueue(:updatedTransactions:) is no longer called. Now, it goes straight to paymentQueueRestoreCompletedTransactionsFinished(_:).     func paymentQueueRestoreCompletedTransactionsFinished(_ queue: SKPaymentQueue) {                 if (queue.transactions.count == 0) {             #if DEBUG             print ("zero restore transactions")             #endif         }        ...     } I have looked into other forum questions, - stack overflow, TN2413 -, and of course the documentation - Unfortunately, the problem persists. I've filed FB8560139. The only change I remember doing in the last few days is to install the macOS 10.15.6 supplemental update. Appreciate any help! Thanks
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Sandbox access restricted

Hello I am a musician and I am using in my iPad the Winlive app but since 3 weeks I have a problem with the program that I usually use to insert the songs, the ifunbox software. At the moment I am becoming crazy because using itunes is really really slow and all the times I have to download and upload again all the folders. This is the full message of error " App Sandbox access is restricted by Apple to ones with 'iTunes File Sharing' enabled since iOS 8.3. Jailbreak is required to open the sandbox of this App. " What I can do? Can you kindly help me ? Thx a lot.
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App Sandbox for "droplets"

My Mac app produces mini Mac apps configured for a particular purpose. Panic's Transmit does something similar with "droplets". These little .app bundles are generated at runtime, and each embeds a unique file specified by the user in its Resources folder. I would like the scaffold for these mini apps to use the App Sandbox (there's no reason not to, as they only access a single file from within their own bundles). However, I can't code-sign the scaffold when building it from Xcode, as embedding a new resouce later will void the code signature (and then Gatekeeper will reject it, if it ever ends up in quarantine). Is there a correct way to do something like this? The mini apps are not notarized or DeveloperID signed (that's fine, users can open them with control-clicking-open), but I would like to maximize security if at all possible, and use the sandbox.
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DeviceCheck App Attest Service Receipt Verification giving 400 Bad Request

Hello all, I am working on the Server Side Component to validate the Attestation Object coming from the Client Apps. I am trying to perform the receipt validation with Apple Servers. I must be missing something to get the Bad Request Error while trying to validate, Here is what my request looks like curl --location --request POST '' \-header 'Authorization: Bearer &lt;JWToken&gt; \ -header 'Content-Type: application/octet-stream' \ -data-binary '@receipt' Raw HTTP Request looks somewhat like this. POST /v1/attestationData HTTP/1.1 Host: Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded User-Agent: &lt;Customer User Agent&gt; Connection: keep-alive Accept: */* Accept-Language: en-us Content-Length: 5100 Authorization: bearer &lt;JWT Token&gt; Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate, br Pragma: no-cache Cache-Control: no-cache &lt;Base64 Encoded Receipt Data&gt; Raw Response: HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request Server: AppleHttpServer/e81851ddfbfa Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2020 16:00:44 GMT Content-Length: 0 X-B3-TraceId: &lt;X-B3-TraceId&gt; Strict-Transport-Security: max-age=31536000 Expires: 0 Cache-Control: no-cache Connection: keep-alive I have following questions: Documentation similar to the one for verify Receipt ( Any Location to reference what went wrong with the Request, like what am I missing, or not formatting properly etc. JWT Token was generated using the documentation from: "Create and Encrypt Your JSON Token" Thanks in advance,
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is Developer ID required to release mac native app out of app store?

The mac app I am developing is going to release outside mac app store, So I have turned off sandboxing because it was restricting some required functionality (like opening a dmg from app) in app. And there is no plan to distribute it on app store, so If I do not sign the app with any Developer ID at all, would that be fine/ right approach?
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Read from DMG from sandboxed app

Is it possible to read the files from a DMG from a sandboxed app? I have tried using hdiutil using Process but always run in to the error "hdiutil: attach failed - Device not configured". I am running hdiutil attach -verbose -debug -mountroot /path/to/mount/ /path/to/dmg.dmg where both the mount root and DMG file have been chosen via an NSOpenPanel and support writing by the application. I have also tried moving the DMG to a directory within the app's storage (as returned via FileManager.default.urls(for:in:)) and mounting it within the same directory but get the same error. The full output is: fileURL file:///path/to/dmg.dmg directoryURL file:///path/to/mount/ calling DIHLDiskImageAttach with debug: true image-options: quiet: false mount-type: in drive-options: main-url: file:///path/to/dmg.dmg mount-point: file:///path/to/mount/ verbose: true agent: hdiutil 2020-07-28 17:24:35.848455+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369864] DIHLDiskImageAttach: input dictionary { agent = hdiutil; debug = 1; "drive-options" = { }; "image-options" = { }; "main-url" = "file:///path/to/dmg.dmg"; "mount-point" = "file:///path/to/mount/"; "mount-type" = in; quiet = 0; verbose = 1; } 2020-07-28 17:24:35.848677+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369864] DIHLDiskImageAttach: disabling legacy image format attach 2020-07-28 17:24:35.848700+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369864] DIHLDiskImageAttach: newImagekeys = { "legacy-disabled" = 1; } 2020-07-28 17:24:35.848729+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369864] DIHLDiskImageAttach: creating DIHelperProxy 2020-07-28 17:24:35.848769+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369864] with dictionary: { agent = hdiutil; debug = 1; "drive-options" = {length = 42, bytes = 0x62706c69 73743030 d0080000 00000000 ... 00000000 00000009 }; "image-options" = {length = 65, bytes = 0x62706c69 73743030 d101025f 100f6c65 ... 00000000 0000001e }; "main-url" = "file:///path/to/dmg.dmg"; "mount-point" = "file:///path/to/mount/"; "mount-type" = in; operation = DIHelperAttach; quiet = 0; verbose = 1; } 2020-07-28 17:24:35.848787+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369864] [DIHelperProxy alloc] 2020-07-28 17:24:35.848815+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369864] [DIHelperProxy alloc] returning self 0x600002c0c480, retainCount 1 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852410+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369864] DIHLDiskImageAttach: running DIHelperProxy 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852426+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369864] [DIHelperProxy performOperationReturning] entry 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852438+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369864] [DIHelperProxy performOperationReturning] detaching thread 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852675+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369867] [DIHelperProxy workerThread] entry 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852696+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369867] [DIHelperProxy workerThread] setting up server 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852706+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369867] [DIHelperProxy threadSetupServer] entry 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852737+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369867] [DIHelperProxy threadSetupServer] Cannot start hdiejectd because app is sandboxed 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852750+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369867] [DIHelperProxy threadSetupServer] exiting 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852759+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369867] error: unable to set up framework server. 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852767+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369867] [DIHelperProxy workerThread] waiting for task to terminate to avoid zombies 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852775+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369867] checkHelperStatusWaitingForExit: no helper process, skipping 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852783+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369867] [DIHelperProxy workerThread] helper exited 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852793+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369867] [DIHelperProxy workerThread] exiting 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852824+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369864] [DIHelperProxy performOperationReturning] returning 6 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852847+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369864] DIHLDiskImageAttach: DIHelperProxy returned 6 2020-07-28 17:24:35.852860+0100 hdiutil[15701:1369864] [DIHelperProxy dealloc] DIHLDiskImageAttach() returned 6 (null) hdiutil: attach failed - Device not configured The issue appears to be "Cannot start hdiejectd because app is sandboxed", does this mean it's not possible to read a DMG in a sandboxed app, or is there another method available?
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App Sandbox Temporary Exception Entitlements to access users home directory

Hello, We keep our configurations files at /Users/&lt;userName&gt;/Library/Application Support/&lt;OurConfigDir&gt;/ Our App and app proxy needs to access these configurations. I am totally new to App sandboxing. We are not gonna distribute our app via App store. I tried adding /Users/ directory to the entitlement but it didn't work. &lt;key&gt;;/key&gt; &lt;array&gt; &lt;string&gt;/Users/&lt;/string&gt; &lt;/array&gt; Please suggest how can I allow my app and app proxy to access mentioned directory with sandbox enabled. What exception I need to add? Apologies if it's already explained. Please feel free to redirect me. Thanks
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APN registration failing in development

My app is unable to register for push notifications with the user in development mode. (Production is working fine for some reason, on the same code.) Authorization is requested and accepted just fine. Notification Center settings also show that authorization was given, but neither application(didRegisterForRemoteNotificationsWithDeviceToken:) or application(didFailToRegisterForRemoteNotificationsWithError:) is ever called.
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xcrun from a sandboxed macOS app

Is it possible to run xcrun from a sandboxed macOS app? The following code doesn't work and raises the error message in the console. let task = Process() task.executableURL = URL(fileURLWithPath: "/usr/bin/xcrun") try! xcrun: error: cannot be used within an App Sandbox. Are there any workarounds for this? I don't think it is possible to get read permission's for the /usr/bin directory from the user. Or should I be creating a bug report and trying to work through a temporary exception?
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