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+ - Mac OS X Lion LDAP Vulnerability Emerges->

Submitted by hypnosec
hypnosec (2231454) writes "New reports have shed light into the shocking fact that the iPhone maker Apple Inc.'s latest version of the Mac OS X is plagued by some grave security risks, particularly for businesses which use it to communicate with a particular form of centralized network. According to the reports, almost anyone who logs in to the Mac OS X 10.7, more popularly known as Lion, get instant access to restricted resources by typing in any random passwords with the help of the massively popular authentication technology LDAP."
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Mac OS X Lion LDAP Vulnerability Emerges

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