Apple macOS Ventura is stuck with an app management exploit for 10 months and it looks like the company is still not able to find a solution for it. Eventually, the danger persists in the software and enables some attackers to bypass the App Management.
Recently, a well-known app developer – Jeff Johnson posted a blog and cited that the Apple macOS Ventura contains a security exploit in the app management. The issue relies upon the section for 10 months. But the tech giant is constantly failing to address the issue and completely resolve it.
According to the inputs, there is a sandbox in the app management that could modify files. This includes files stored in a bundle of a notarized app that remains protective under App Management security.
To check out the functionality, Jeff tried out an experiment that resulted in the file completely bypassing App Management. It’s still unclear when the company will fix the issue. However, we anticipate to see an action at the earliest, on this matter.