Another password bug has been uncovered in macOS High Sierra, and while it's not nearly as serious as the one that cropped up late last year, it's still highly embarrassing for Apple.
Programmers at Intel, Microsoft, and other companies are working to patch a serious security flaw in Intel processors that could leave protected data on PCs and servers vulnerable to hacks and malware.
Remember Fuchsia OS? It's the mysterious operating system about which we know very little, except that Google is actively developing it and has described it as an "experimental project."
A huge security issue with Apple's most recent operating system update for Mac allows anyone to log into devices running the OS without a password. The bug was reported on Twitter.
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