CVE-2022-26712 The vulnerable code is removed in macOS Monterey 12.4 and Big Sur 11.6.6.

CVE-2022-26712 The vulnerable code is removed in macOS Monterey 12.4 and Big Sur 11.6.6.

This could lead to arbitrary code execution. An unprivileged application with access to the same file system may be able to gain root privileges. This issue only applies to users running older versions of macOS than the one on their system. This issue was addressed by removing the vulnerable code. This issue is fixed in macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, macOS Mojave 10.14.0, and macOS Catalina (10.16) of the developer beta cycle. It is likely to be fixed in a later software update. An unprivileged application with access to the same file system may be able to gain root privileges. This issue only applies to users running older versions of macOS than the one on their system. This issue was addressed by removing the vulnerable code. This issue is fixed in macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, macOS Mojave 10.14.0, and macOS Catalina (10.16) of the developer beta cycle. It is likely to be fixed in a later software update.

Credits CVE-2022-26712

This could lead to arbitrary code execution. An unprivileged application with access to the same file system may be able to gain root privileges. This issue only applies to users running older versions of macOS than the one on their system. This issue was addressed by removing the vulnerable code. This issue is fixed in macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, macOS Mojave 10.14.0, and macOS Catalina (10.16) of the developer beta cycle. It is likely to be fixed in a later software update.
An unprivileged application with access to the same file system may be able to gain root privileges. This issue only applies to users running older versions of macOS than the one on their system. This issue was addressed by removing the vulnerable code. This issue is fixed in macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, macOS Mojave 10.14.0, and macOS Catalina (10.16) of the developer beta cycle. It is likely to be fixed in a later software update.

CVE-2022-26713

This could lead to arbitrary code execution. An unprivileged application with access to the same file system may be able to gain root privileges. This issue only applies to users running older versions of macOS than the one on their system. This issue was addressed by removing the vulnerable code. This issue is fixed in macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, macOS Mojave 10.14.0, and macOS Catalina (10.16) of the developer beta cycle. It is likely to be fixed in a later software update. An unprivileged application with access to the same file system may be able to gain root privileges. This issue only applies to users running older versions of macOS than the one on their system. This issue was addressed by removing the vulnerable code. This issue is fixed in macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, macOS Mojave 10.14.0, and macOS Catalina (10.16) of the developer beta cycle. It is likely to be fixed in a later software update.

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