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Apple has fixed a major macOS issue

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Apple has fixed a serious macOS problem that might have enabled malicious apps to bypass the operating system’s built-in security safeguards. Gordon Long, Offensive Security Engineer at Box, found the vulnerability earlier, according to Bleeping Computer.

As per Long, the flaw might let a carefully constructed script-based program run on a Mac without Gatekeeper — an antivirus software that validates…




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