Apple, according to a new report, accidentally approved common malware disguised as an update for Adobe Flash Player to run on macOS. Apple approved an app that contained code used by well-known malware called Shlayer – a trojan downloader that spreads through fake apps. It is the most common threat to Macs. The company, after learning about the malware, disabled the develop account associated with that app and revoked its certification.

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