“At the DefCon hacker conference Sunday in Las Vegas, Wardle plans to present a devious set of automated attacks he’s pulled off against macOS versions as recent as 2017 release High Sierra, capable of so-called synthetic clicks that allow malware to breeze through the permission prompts meant to block it,” Greenberg writes. “Wardle’s attacks, to be clear, don’t offer a hacker an initial foothold on a computer; they only help a hacker’s malware penetrate layers of security on an already infected machine. ”
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MacDailyNews Take: Apple will patch this one up, too, and macOS gets even more secure!
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Ladd” for the heads up.]