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Flawed code-signing process could have let attackers pass malware off as Apple-approved

Bottom Line IT
July 27, 2018 10:00 AM

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Hold your breath…even Apple experiences security issues. We know it may come as a surprise to some who claim Apple products are more secure than others, but the truth is, even your favorite brands, like Apple, are prone to vulnerabilities.

In the latest security issue with Apple, researchers discovered their software was not interacting as it should with Apple’s code-signing API. This vulnerability could allow malicious files to bypass the code-signing process, which would make it look like the code is Apple approved.

Source: https://www.scmagazine.com/flawed-code-signing-process-could-have-let-attackers-pass-malware-off-as-apple-approved/article/772987/ 


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