Apple failed to fix Rootpipe security flaw in OS X 10.10.3, claims researcher

Bad news Mac users – even if you have kept your operating system up-to-date, it looks like your computer is still vulnerable to the Rootpipe flaw.

Rootpipe backdoor flaw isn’t going to be patched on older versions of OS X

Bad news. Older versions of OS X are not receiving a security patch that could prevent hackers from taking complete control of your MacBooks and iMacs.

Read more on the Intego Mac Security blog.

Rootpipe flaw in OS X could allow hackers to completely take over your Mac

For day-to-day activities on your Mac – such as browsing the web, writing documents or checking your emails – are you using an account with Admin privileges? Maybe that’s not so wise…

Read more in my article on the Intego Mac Security blog.