macOS Update Fixes Flaw That Threat Actors Can Exploit to Record Video or Access Files
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Cybersecurity company Jamf discovered that malware called XCSSET that secretly takes screenshots exploited a severe weakness in macOS security. Threat actors could exploit this vulnerability to record video or access files on Macs.
Apple fixed the flaw in the latest version of macOS, Big Sur 11.4, released yesterday. (Thomas Brewster / Forbes)
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