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Apple’s macOS High Sierra is having a 

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. First, an update featured a bug that let anyone create a root account on a Mac without a root password (if you don’t speak geek, it made it easy for anyone to gain admin rights to your computer). Turns out the patch to fix the bug introduced an entirely new bug. Luckily, there’s a 
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