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Zero-day flaw allows remote code execution even on fully-patched Macs

September 22, 2021

Via: TechSpot

Apple has been doing a good job of patching various macOS security vulnerabilities as of late, but there’s at least one that is proving harder to fix than the Cupertino giant had anticipated.

According to independent researcher Park Minchan, the zero-day flaw is present in all versions of macOS — including macOS Big Sur — and allows a malicious actor to execute arbitrary code remotely with the help of some simple files embedded in emails received via Apple Mail or any other email app.

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