> This is a workaround to a change introduced in Safari 12 that requires a user to confirm that they want to start the Zoom client prior to joining every meeting. The local web server enables users to avoid this extra click before joining every meeting.
Edit: Once you consider social sites with user-submitted content, like reddit, it might be best if you’re prompted every time.
So I think you could argue Apple might want to let you override that, I don't know what the language is and whether there's a "click here to skip this next time" box on the dialogue. It's possible they got the annoyance versus security tradeoff wrong.
But imho they didn't break the correct behavior any more than Microsoft "broke the correct behavior" of privilege escalation by adding a dialogue box with UAC in Windows 7 .
well, it did a shitton didn't it ? to this day, most people I know disable UAC because of how annyoing it is.