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New macOS attack vector exploits 'security theater,' developer claims | Appleinsider
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New macOS attack vector exploits 'security theater,' developer claims | Appleinsider

Published: June 30, 2020  |  3 min read, 657 words
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 By1 hour ago  A developer has discovered an exploit that can bypass the operating system's file privacy and security protections. The exploit, created by developer Jeff Johnson, impacts the "" (TCC) framework that was introduced in macOS Mojave. Johnson also tested the exploit in and the first beta. Essentially, the TCC framework restricts the ability for apps in macOS to access certain protected files or folders. As an example, Johnson that an app may not have access to the ~/Library/Safari folder unless it is explicitly granted. In a blog post disclosing the exploit, Johnson said that... READ MORE
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