Zoom fixes dangerous flaw on Mac - for the third time

Tom Allen
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Researcher Patrick Wardle first warned Zoom about the bug in December last year
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Researcher Patrick Wardle first warned Zoom about the bug in December last year

Security researcher finds that the squeaky wheel gets the grease

Zoom has patched a bug on MacOS that an attacker could use to take control of a victim's system. Zoom released a fix for the flaw, CVE-2022-28756, in v5.11.5 of its Mac release, which is availab...

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