Apple’s FaceTime for Mac beta launch was actually gimped in some way, but it is good to see Apple scramble to get things sorted out. We already covered the story concerning the flaw earlier today, where someone with malicious intent who accesses somebody else’s Mac can change their password. Not only that, it also results in the possibility of having their Apple ID hacked, alongside the potential of their Apple Store account as well. It is commendable that Apple’s response to the security flaw is pretty fast by anybody’s standards, and even better news is having the exploit closed now.
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