Unpatched Apple Zero-Day in macOS Finder Allows Code Execution

A zero-day security vulnerability in Apple’s macOS Finder system could allow remote attackers to trick users into running arbitrary commands, according to researchers – and a silent patch hasn’t fixed it.

For those not in the Apple camp, the macOS Finder is the default file manager and GUI front-end used on all Macintosh operating systems. It’s the first thing users see upon booting, and it governs the launching of other applications and the overall user management of files, disks and network volumes. It’s the overlord application for everything else on the Mac, in other words.

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Source: ThreatPost