Hacking a New Mac Is Possible With This Vulnerability, Researchers Claim

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Hacking a New Mac Is Possible With This Vulnerability, Researchers Claim

According to a report, this bug targets Mac devices that are part of Apple's Device Enrollment Program (DEP) and Mobile Device Management (MDM) platform.

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