Apple "Unpatchable" Mac Virus…



Computer security drama is always fun and this time we get sent to a post that details the unpatchable “code” that can lock down any Apple computer, but is it really malware or just people not practising safe computer use? Let’s find out! Thanks for watching!

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Mourad ELGORMA

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:00
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    I just watched a 20 minute video explaining that you can destroy your own computer if you have admin rights. WHO WOULDA THOUGHT. This is essentially the equivalent of taking a hammer and smashing your own hard drive because you have physical access to it. It’s unpatchable because the very act of patching it would make a computer basically not Turing complete.

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:00
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    I think it's a remote security protocol. Locks down the entire computer if stolen. Kinda neat, and I bet that's why Apple won't patch it out. Imagine if a school has MacBooks, and someone takes one… Click of a mouse, and that sucker is ENCRYPTED. No choice but to return it, and then the owner/user punches in a password and it's all back to normal

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:00
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    Muda: **port 56, basic ssh hardening**, also muda: **does not use public key authentication or any kind of firewall inbetween the host and guest** 😂😂😂😂

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:00
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    smiiles
    doggy doggy poo poo
    shebang
    this isn't apple's fault
    and it's no one's fault
    computer hacker clickbait gettin his rocks offfff

    this channel is crazy

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:00
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    You didn't have to prove that you were on a VM. There's no reason to lie about it, like yea you're on a vm

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:00
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    Okay little question if you'll actually read this muta

    You said any Unix base system correct? So does that mean this could actually effectively work on Android?

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:00
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    Anybody knows if he's passing through his AMD GPU to his VMs and using his Nvidia card on his host system?

    Any details on his setup would be appreciated!

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:00
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    When we hired people at the computer center, someone would immediately try and get them to run 'sudo rm -rf .*' Then they learn how to restore from backup.

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    octobre 17, 2020 à 3:00
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    A script is NOT a virus. And like he pretty much says, you would have to go through multiple clicks to approve this thing activating. It won't be found in the wild. And a script can run on any system with any operating system if you allow it to. Unfortunately crap like this why we mac users have to listen to idiots who say something like "macs do too get viruses, I seen a youtube video about it, huh huh".

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