iOS and OSX bug allows overwriting of security permissions via AirDrop

Peter Gothard
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iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan upgrades may help, but don't hold your breath

A serious vulnerability has been discovered in the iOS and OS X operating systems that allows Apple's AirDrop user-to-user file delivery system to be used to overwrite security permissions. Discovered...

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