Major Apple security flaw grants admin access on MAC OS High Sierra without password.

Major Apple security flaw grants admin access on MAC OS High Sierra without password
When the problem is exploited, the user is authenticated into a “System Administrator” account
and is given full ability to view files and even reset or change passwords for pre-existing users on that machine.
To download the latest patch from Apple please go to the following site for instructions and download.
https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT208315
Then click on Install Security Update 2017-001 on the next page and follow the instructions.

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