After six months of stonewalling by Apple, app maker goes public on macOS privacy protection bypass

Six months after software developer Jeff Johnson told Apple about a privacy bypass vulnerability opening up protected files in macOS Mojave, macOS Catalina, and the upcoming macOS Big Sur, the bug remains unfixed – so he’s going public. Johnson, who runs app developer Lapcat Software, said he submitted details about the problem to Apple’s Security Bounty program on the day it opened for business, December 19, 2019.

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