ALERT: Blank Password Lets Anyone Take Control of a Mac

by | Nov 29, 2017 | Cybersecurity

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A major security flaw came to light on Tuesday night (11/28/2017) within the latest version of Apple’s macOS High Sierra that could allow anyone administrative privileges by simply using the username “root” and no password.

Apple said it was “working on a software update to address this issue” and advised users to set a root password to prevent unauthorized access to Mac computers.

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