Apple releases patch for catastrophic security flaw in MacOS 10.13

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Apple releases patch for catastrophic security flaw in MacOS 10.13

Apple admits that it 'stumbled' as it rushes out MacOS security fix

Apple has published a fix for the root-access security flaw in MacOS 10.13 High Sierra, which enables attackers to gain root access to MacOS computers simply by typing in 'root' in the user name field...

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