“Google’s Project Zero research program has disclosed and released proof-of-concept code for a series of 0day — previously unknown — vulnerabilities found in Apple’s OS X operating system for the Mac,” Rene Ritchie reports for iMore. “These exploits are all fixed in OS X Yosemite 10.10.2, now in beta.”

“These vulnerabilities were reported to Apple in October of 2014 and made public as part of Google Zero Day’s 90 day disclosure policy,” Ritchie reports. “None of these exploits can be used remotely, which means they’d need to be combined with remote exploits or with physical access to the hardware to be put to any practical use.”

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