See below for more information on this provisioning profile, and impact.
What is a Provisioning profile?
As per the above, “a provisioning profile is a type of system profile used to launch one or more apps on devices and use certain services.”
So, the provisioning profile is itself a legit item and if you look within many App bundles you’ll likely find one, see Google Chrome below, as an example:
So, what happened?
Simply, someone done goofed.
Can we remove the profile?
It appears that the profile is safe to delete, but the point of this post is that you shouldn’t necessarily worry.
However, the following will return a value if the profile is installed:
/usr/bin/profiles list -type provisioning | /usr/bin/grep c9434bc1-de69-4727-85f7-4868f80feed6
And the below, can remove it:
/usr/bin/profiles remove -type provisioning -uuid c9434bc1-de69-4727-85f7-4868f80feed6
Together, something like the below could be used to remove the profile if wanted:
And, it’s worth mentioning that the above will work on Big Sur too.
Will Apple fix this?
If the installation of the profile bothers you, then something like the above will work.
If not, I would expect Apple to resolve this somehow.. just not sure when nor 100% sure how.