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All Macs can be hacked using this Linux security flaw: What to do

A newly discovered flaw in macOS could let anyone — or anything — that has access to a regular user account seize control of the computer.

The flaw isn’t utterly new. It was first revealed last week as a vulnerability in sudo, a command present in almost all Unix-derived operating systems, including Linux and macOS. 

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