29 Nov '17, 9am

There’s a huge security flaw on macOS High Sierra that allows admin access without a password https://t.co/mmbk4O13hW

The issue remains present as of macOS 10.13.1, the current release of High Sierra. Basically, the issue allows user to enter a System Administrator account when the vulnerability is exploited, and even lets said user to change passwords and view files for pre-existing users on the machine itself. They can even tamper with Apple ID email addresses and do a handful of malicious actions that could otherwise not be possible without access.

Full article: http://www.soyacincau.com/2017/11/29/theres-a-huge-securi...

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