A row has broken out between researchers from Google after ex-NSA hacker Patrick Wardle revealed the details of two zero-day vulnerabilities in the Mac version of Zoom that could be exploited to give the attacker root access. Neither vulnerability is remotely exploitable and can only be taken advantage of by a local attacker – someone who has physical access to the machine in question.
Windows users should not be forced to create an ordinary user before they start to use the system because, "they need those admin rights to do anything with their computer, such as installing Chrome, games or a security solution", a security professional says.
University students are being offered special pricing from Apple on Macs and iPads, with the added bonus of Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones, a free year of Apple TV+, as well as special pricing on various apps and Apple Music.
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