Multiple Vulnerabilities in Apple macOS
Original Issue Date: February 03, 2020
Severity Rating: High
- Apple macOS Catalina versions prior to 10.15.3
- Apple macOS Mojave versions prior to 10.14.6
- Apple macOS High Sierra versions prior to 10.13.6
Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Apple macOS that could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code with elevated privileges, overwrite arbitrary files, cause of denial of service conditions, access sensitive or privileged information or bypass security restrictions on a targeted system.
These vulnerabilities exist in Apple macOS due to out-of-bounds read errors, memory corruption issues, off-by-one error, improper input sanitization, improper memory initialization, type confusion issue, improper memory access, buffer overflow and other logical errors.
Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow the attacker to execute arbitrary code with elevated privileges, overwrite arbitrary files, cause of denial of service conditions, access sensitive or privileged information or bypass security restrictions on the targeted system.
Apply appropriate security updates as mentioned in the
Apple Security Updates.
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