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Mac OS Mistake – New Unpatched Mac OS Comes with a Flaw that Might Compromise Your Security

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Creating a stable and safe software is more ofa utopia than a mere reality, and Apple is now tasting a bit of their own medicine with the latest version of their biggest Mac OS Mojave, where a bridge was found and malicious apps and programs could have complete access to your personal data and sensitive information without even breaking a sweat.

Can you imagine being one of the users and find out your identity has been stolen while you were browsing through Google? Outrageous, right?

In this article, we’ll show you how Apple is dealing with the flaw, and how it was found by an app developer who was trying new stuff.

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The Flaw Affects all Mojave Versions

No matter the Mac OS version you’re running on your devices, it’s important to let you know this breach is known to affect all Mojave versions and previous ones as well. Apparently, the exposure allows several apps to have access to people’s browsing history whether it is enabled or not.

Encrypted Information and the fear of leakage

These files are usually encrypted and in read-only mode, but even though people are being conscious and want to protect their information, hackers are smarter and more vicious than a ‘regular’ person. So, it’s inevitable for hackers to access the ‘hidden’ files and check all the information they happen to find inside making you feel vulnerable and ‘naked’ online.

How does it work?

Unfortunately, the app developer who found the breach chose not to share the actual way to enter the files without any restriction whatsoever until Apple is able to release their new patched version after fixing the flaw to avoid problems.

Now you know. If you are an avid iOS lover and love to search around online while using sensitive information, be careful and take good care of your personal data.

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