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Hacker Finds Way to Steal User Passwords from macOS Keychain

[2019-02-06 20:28:53]

A security researcher has discovered a vulnerability in the macOS Keychain that could allow an attacker to steal users’ passwords. Linuz Henze recently published a video demonstrating the exploit on macOS Mojave. In the clip, Henze shows off a proof-of-concept app called KeySteal that can swipe passwords from both a Mac’s “login” and “system” keychains. ......

Hacker Finds Way to Steal User Passwords from macOS Keychain


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