May 072012
 May 7, 2012  Posted by  Breaches, Business

Jeremy Kirk reports:

Apple’s latest update to OS X contains a dangerous programming error that reveals the passwords for material stored in the first version of FileVault, the company’s encryption technology, a software consultant said.

David I. Emery wrote on Cryptome that a debugging switch inadvertently left on in the current release of Lion, version 10.7.3, records in clear text the password needed to open the folder encrypted by the older version of FileVault.

Read more on Computerworld.

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