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Apple intentionally created a security breach in macOS Big Sur


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  • In Big Sur Apple decided to exempt many of its apps from being routed thru the frameworks they now require 3rd-party firewalls to use (LuLu, Little Snitch, etc.)

Q: Could this be (ab)used by malware to also bypass such firewalls?

 

A: Apparently yes, and trivially so.

 

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This is getting to be seriously concerning, first we read about BS collecting personal data of it's users and possible spying, now this. BS is turning out to be a Big Surprise. :(

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1 hour ago, 5T33Z0 said:

Here's a bit more technical insight on the issue:

In the words of Spock - 'Fascinating'

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People who want to know what apps and processes are exempt can open the macOS terminal and enter sudo defaults read /System/Library/Frameworks/NetworkExtension.framework/Resources/Info.plist ContentFilterExclusionList.

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