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Old 30th August 2013, 08:10   #1
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Default OS X Vulnerability Allows Superuser Access To Hackers

All you OS X users out there should read this report. Another vulnerability has popped up in OS X, and this time it's not Java-related. The developers of Metasploit, a software utility that makes it easier for people to abuse vulnerabilities in OSes for security-testing purposes, have added a new Unix Sudo vulnerability to their software. As OS X runs a modified version of Unix, this means it is vulnerable.

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