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Big Apple Flaw Allows Root Access to Macs without Password
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11/30/2017 | 9:23:24 AM
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I have been so tired by snotty and arrogant Mac users smuggly telling everybody that No virus-malware hacks exist for a Macintosh.  They are generally a nice but arrogant lot (much like Jobs) and so one has to smile.  Now welcome to the REAL WORLD!   It ain't a fun place full of nice bottom of the screen icons that get bigger when the mouse is moved over it.  (I hate the single button mouse too).   This could be taken as sour grapes.  


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