Apple Address Facetime Beta for Mac Security Issues

Posted by at 4:27 am on October 22, 2010

Apple’s new FaceTime for Mac beta launch started off with a few security flaws that has been promptly patched server-side. The German site MacNotes spotted the flaw ¬†which once a user logged into FaceTime for the first time, another user could log into the primary user’s account even with the app closed and then restarted it. Plus, the flaw could allow a malicious user who had access someone else’s Mac to change their password, hack their Apple ID and potentially their Apple Store account too.

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