Security 10721 Published by posted a news story that Apple networks are almost trivial to compromise, according to researchers

The problem, said iSec, lies in the way that OS X networks handle authentication protocols. Researchers explained that the protocols themselves could be harvested and then cracked offline with ‘brute force’ methods.

The company presented results of a test scenario in which an Apple network could be breached through a targeted attack on an end-user system. From there, researchers were able to run a local DNS attack to harvest credentials and obtain administrator access to a network and compromise all devices.
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