Security hole in Mojave allows rogue apps to access your Safari browsing history

An attempt by Apple to protect your Safari browsing history in macOS Mojave has a security hole which allows full access by a rogue app, says a Mac and iOS developer. Prior to Mojave, your browsing history was freely available to any app that looked inside ~/Library/Safari. In macOS 10.14, however, Apple locked down access so tightly that you can’t even list the contents in Terminal – in theory …

Link: Security hole in Mojave allows rogue apps to access your Safari browsing history
via 9to5mac.com

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