Sign Mobileconfig – Apple .mobileconfig configuration profile signing

Signed configuration profile is being installed on iPhone
Signed configuration profile is being installed on iPhone

During installation on iOS/macOS, digitally signed Apple configuration profile is shown with a green tick and corresponding note providing trust for the user. It is possible to use this command in Terminal to sign a .mobileconfig profile. However, it is easier to use a script which will request certificate file, private key and trust chain certificate in dialog.

First, create a new Automator Service named Sign MobileConfig.workflow in user folder
~/Library/Services

Then drag Run AppleScript element into Automator window, and fill it with the following code:
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Remove from EXIF – removal of lens and camera info from an image file

It happens that you would like to avoid leaving information about which camera body and lens were used to create a photograph. These data could be removed from EXIF while keeping all the other metadata like location, aperture, shutter speed, etc. – with help of exiftool, a command-line utility to manipulate EXIF.

To make life easier, I created a small service application for macOS available from context menu. You right-click the image and select which information to remove from EXIF:

Remofe from EXIF...
Remofe from EXIF... options window

To have the same thing on your Mac, create an Automator Service named Remove from EXIF....workflow in the following folder:
~/Library/Services
Let it be applicable to image files only or to both files and folders – it′s up to you.
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