Apple angered fans of its desktop computers earlier this week when it was discovered that anyone could access your MacOS system by simply logging in as “Root” with no password. The company was quick to issue a patch – but now, The Guardian reports that the fix has introduced a troubling bug that breaks file sharing between computers on the same network. Essentially, it prevents some users from authenticating with or connecting to file shares, on both business and home networks. That doesn’t pose as grave a threat as anyone being able to just walk up to your Mac and… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple
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