here is the list of processes I mean on macOS:
0 714 713 0 9:04am ttys000 0:00.01 login -pfq Peacekeeper /usr/local/bin/zsh
502 715 714 0 9:04am ttys000 0:00.41 -zsh
502 1209 715 0 9:44am ttys000 0:00.99 /Applications/Nitrokey App v1.0/Contents/MacOS/nitrokey-app
0 1075 713 0 9:14am ttys001 0:00.02 login -pfq Peacekeeper /usr/local/bin/zsh
502 1076 1075 0 9:14am ttys001 0:00.16 -zsh
0 1210 1076 0 9:45am ttys001 0:00.00 ps -ef
0 1098 713 0 9:19am ttys002 0:00.03 login -pfq Peacekeeper /usr/local/bin/zsh
502 1099 1098 0 9:19am ttys002 0:00.19 -zsh
502 1205 1099 0 9:44am ttys002 0:00.00 sleep 1000
It is UID, PID, PPID, … , Program … So the login is done as root, while the rest is running under my normal user. Special commands ( like ps -e) that look also outside will run under root, while all other programs started in that Terminal will run under my user. So everything looks normal from my side, nor ?
When you now pull the terminal window into the fore front on macOS, you will get the disconnect message from the running Nitro-App.
- yes, it is also HID class - like the Griffin PowerMate Button connected per USB. They also have a tray application. I never receive the message that
- I also tried to chown Nitro-App to different users without a different result
- Yepp, still the same issues
When I first time try to open the encrypted part of the NK Storage, as it is not initialized, it will open the disk manager . And also here in the background I get the connected /disconnected messages. I assume the disk manager is also running under root.