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OS X zero day bug allows hackers to bypass system integrity protection

Discussion in 'Help Net Security' started by RSS, Mar 24, 2016.

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    An OS X zero day vulnerability could allow attackers to bypass System Integrity Protection, Apple’s newest protection feature, and to escalate their privileges, simplifying the path to total system compromise in both OS X and iOS systems. According to researcher Pedro Vilaça, who discovered the flaw in late 2015, roughly at the same time as researcher Ian Beer of Google Project Zero, the vulnerability (CVE-2016-1757) is a non-memory corruption bug that exists in all versions … More →

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