- You are attempting to run a 32 bit application.
- You are attempting to run a very old application.
- You are attempting to run an application that has not followed Apple's publishing guideline.
In the above scenarios you can attempt to get an update from the vendor. You can try going to:
System Preferences | Security & Privacy | General
Look for a 'Run Anyway' option.
I'm talking about recent application where all of the above fails. This is what you can do:
I take no responsibility if you execute software that damages your system.
Got to a command terminal prompt. Type:
sudo spctl --master-disable
Run your application
sudo spctl --master-enable.