So Apple is sending a request to their server for each app that you open on macOS and slowing you down in the process.
I ended up using Little Snitch to block many attempts to phone home when I used a Mac. For a privacy focused company, Apple does way too much of that.
I wrote this post on Opensource.com on my transition from Mac to Linux and how you can do the same.
More details on this macOS thing...
"Your Computer Isn't Yours" https://sneak.berlin/20201112/your-computer-isnt-yours/
@markosaric Soooo, if I read that correctly I should be fine with directing requests to ocsp.apple.com to 0.0.0.0 in /etc/hosts as long as I don't upgrade to MacOS Big Sur, right?
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