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[Thread] Security researcher finds Zoom uses a "shady" technique to install its Mac app without user interaction, applying tricks used by macOS malware (Felix/@c1truz_)

[Thread] Security researcher finds Zoom uses a "shady" technique to install its Mac app without user interaction, applying tricks used by macOS malware (Felix/@c1truz_)

Felix / @c1truz_: [Thread] Security researcher finds Zoom uses a “shady” technique to install its Mac app without user interaction, applying tricks used by macOS malware  —  Ever wondered how the @zoom_us macOS installer does it’s job without you ever clicking install? Turns out they (ab)use preinstallation scripts, manually unpack the app using a bundled …

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How to download and install macOS Catalina 10.15.1 to your Mac

October 3, 2019: Apple releases macOS Catalina Golden Master for developers Apple has just released the macOS Catalina Golden Master for developers. Follow the instructions below to get started with the macOS 10.15 beta. If you’ve been waiting for macOS 10.15 to start testing with macOS, now’s the time to start downloading. September 30, 2019: …

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Attackers exploit an iTunes zeroday to install ransomware

Attackers exploited a zeroday vulnerability in Apple’s iTunes and iCloud programs to infect Windows computers with ransomware without triggering antivirus protections, researchers from Morphisec reported on Thursday. Apple patched the vulnerability earlier this week. The vulnerability resided in the Bonjour component that both iTunes and iCloud for Windows relies on, according to a blog post. …

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Metro Toronto Convention Centre to install weapon detection tech that uses machine learning

Weapons detection technology that uses machine learning is set to be tested at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) later this year. The technology, which is called Hexwave, was developed by the MIT Lincoln Library and exclusively licensed to Vancouver-based Liberty Defense. It uses 3D imaging and AI to assess and detect threats as groups …

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