Bug eats into Apple security patch software
The group behind the Month of Apple Bugs (Moab) project has found a flaw in software designed to fix security issues on Apple Macs.
The vulnerability affects the Application Enhancer (Ape) software, which was designed by a rival group trying to combat the flaws highlighted by Moab.
The bug could allow malicious users on a local system to replace Ape's binary code and take control of the root privileges on a computer. Bug eats into Apple security patch software - vnunet.com
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