Monday, 26 January 2015

Google Reveals Unpatched Vulnerabilities In Mac OS X

After several have leaks in Windows unveiled at a time that no security updates, Google has the same now done with Mac OS X. In total there are three vulnerabilities, allowing an attacker commands as a "system daemon" execute through ' kernel code execution 'root privileges can get or through a Bluetooth device memory corruption can cause.

One of the vulnerabilities has been tested on Mac OS X 10.9.5, while another only at Yosemite is confirmed. Leaks are detected by the "Project Zero Team" of Google, which is looking specifically for vulnerabilities in commonly used software.Once a leak is found will the supplier 90 days to come up with an update, otherwise the details of the vulnerability are automatically made ​​public. Much to the dissatisfaction of Microsoft, which Google called to work better together. Apple has not yet responded to the leak revealed.

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