With macOS Mojave, Apple introduced enhanced security features and privacy controls that restricted application access to system resources, files, and utilities. The files stay protected even if an attacker has malware on a machine. But now, a security researcher has found a flaw in an edition of macOS that can let an attacker run malicious files on the system. According to the researcher, this is done because Mojave doesn’t handle the verification of a certain number of apps correctly.
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