Apple macOS Finder Remote Code Execution Zero-Day Vulnerability

A zero-day security flaw in Apple’s macOS Finder system has been detected. This vulnerability allows remote attackers to fool users into running arbitrary commands. Zero-day vulnerabilities are defects that have been publicly published but have not yet been patched by the vendor. These vulnerabilities¬†are sometimes actively exploited by attackers or have publicly available proof-of-concept exploits. … Continue reading “Apple macOS Finder Remote Code Execution Zero-Day Vulnerability”

Apple MacOS High Sierra ‘root’ Access With No Password

A critical security flaw in macOS High Sierra, aka macOS 10.13, allows users to gain admin rights, or log in as root, without a password.¬† The consequences could be serious. Anyone having physical access to the system can log in to your user account, unlock your keychain and reveal your passwords, turn off FileVault, OS … Continue reading “Apple MacOS High Sierra ‘root’ Access With No Password”