Archive for the ‘Apple macOS Mojave’ Category

macOS 0-Day Flaw Lets Hackers Bypass Security Features With Synthetic Clicks

June 3rd, 2019
A security researcher who last year bypassed Apple's then-newly introduced macOS privacy feature has once again found a new way to bypass security warnings by performing 'Synthetic Clicks' on behalf of users without requiring their interaction. Last June, Apple introduced a core security feature in MacOS that made it mandatory for all applications to take permission ("allow" or "deny") from

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Google Discloses Unpatched ‘High-Severity’ Flaw in Apple macOS Kernel

March 4th, 2019
Cybersecurity researcher at Google's Project Zero division has publicly disclosed details and proof-of-concept exploit of a high-severity security vulnerability in macOS operating system after Apple failed to release a patch within 90 days of being notified. Discovered by Project Zero researcher Jann Horn and demonstrated by Ian Beer, the vulnerability resides in the way macOS XNU kernel

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New Unpatched macOS Flaw Lets Apps Spy On Your Safari Browsing History

February 12th, 2019
A new security vulnerability has been discovered in the latest version of Apple's macOS Mojave that could allow a malicious application to access data stored in restricted folders which are otherwise not accessible to every app. Discovered by application developer Jeff Johnson on February 8, the vulnerability is unpatched at the time of writing and impacts all version of macOS Mojave,

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