Our initial releases of SpiderOak ONE and Groups 6.4.0 for Mac had a code signing difficulty. The releases were safe and ran fine, but some security applications such as Little Snitch or Little Flocker caught and reported the code signing problem, giving messages such as:
"Code signature mismatch detected. The running process differs from the version on disk. It has no code signature, but the disk version does."
We have fixed the problem, so affected users should only need to upgrade. Some users have found that Little Snitch gets confused by the upgrade, so proceed in the following manner:
- Uninstall SpiderOak ONE or Groups.
- Remove the rules associated with ONE or Groups from Little Snitch
- Download our latest version of ONE or Groups. You will notice that the version number has not changed and it continues to report version 6.4.0. This is expected. If you wish you may compare the hash of what you downloaded to our published hashes to confirm that you now have the corrected version.
- Reboot your Mac and install SpiderOak ONE or Groups in the usual way. When Little Snitch adds a new rule for the application it will detect the correctly signed application.
With that you are upgraded to our properly signed version and your security application should no longer report the error.