macOS Mojave Bug Bypasses System Security

Security researcher Patrick Wardle found a bug in Mojave on MacOS. Currently on all Macs running macOS Mojave, it allows unauthorized access to personal data.

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Mr. Wadell Bug announcement on Twitter I showed how he can bypass Mojave's privacy policy. Any application can access confidential information by using bugs.

In his short video, Wardle enters the order at the terminal. First open the address book and click the button to prohibit access. After that, you can copy the entire address book to the desktop using an application that exploits bugs.

It has been considered a zero day vulnerability since Mojave was released on 24th September. Apple has not commented on anything about this bug yet, but we plan to fix it in a future update.

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