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2019-03-04 | Google Project Zero’s macOS kernel flaw issue 1726, Windows exploit suggestor, and The 2019 Hacker Report
Monday, March 4
Google's Project Zero detailed macOS kernel flaw: Issue 1726: XNU: copy-on-write behavior bypass via mount of user-owned filesystem image. Patch inbound most likely, a bit of a controversial release timing.
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We published a thing: The 2019 Hacker Report
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