Some Aurora users may encounter the situation “Aurora_Bluray_Player.dmg” can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer. By default, Mac OS X, for what appears to be the protection of the individual (you) against fraudulent software, does not readily open applications downloaded from the Internet. When an application is not signed as per the system preferences (see below), you open it and will see a dialog like the following:
Aurora R&D department has applied for the Apple Developer and will sign their applications as indentified in the future version. Now you can use the below ways to allow the unidentified application to run(Make sure you know where the application downloaded from).
Solution 1. Right-click or Control-click
Right-click or control-click on the application, choosing Open, A dialog then appears to confirm that you want to open the application.
Solution 2. System Preferences
Use with care here— be certain of the origin of the application! Click “System Preferences” and choose the Security & Privacy option. Temporarily choose “Anywhere”.
Run the Aurora_Bluray_Player.dmg, as example. You will get the “Aurora_Bluray_Player.dmg” is an application downloaded from the Internet. Are you sure you want to open it? Just click Open.
Once the application has run, it is “approved” and these steps will not be necessary again for that particular application. And you’d better change security back to previous setting.
(**) Disclaimer: This article is used for launch Aurora Blu-ray software on Mac Mountain Lion. If you applied the solution with other third party app, you are aware of the risks associated with launching these applications.