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You can now get Lucky Patcher APK download in 2018 for Android devices with root or no root privileges. Here are the details.

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How to Change the iPhone Root Password on iOS 11 in 3 Steps

If you’ve jailbroken your iPhone or iPad using Electra Jailbreak for iOS 11 – iOS 11.1.2, then it is important to change the default root passwordas Electra jailbreak tool installs an SSH server by default, which can be a major security risk if you connect to public Wi-Fi networks. Continue reading
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Magisk updated with fingerprint security option for root requests

Magisk is probably one of the most well-known and widely used root solutions these days, made famous for its root-detection mitigation strategies. Now both Magisk and the accompanying Magisk Manager have been updated to v15.3 and v5.4.4, respectively, this time bringing the convenience of fingerprint authorization to the dialog which grants root access. 

The new versions are v15.3 (Magisk) and v5.4.4 (Magisk Manager), and changelogs for each are included just below:



– [Daemon] Fix the bug that only one script would be executed in post-fs-data.d/service.d
– [Daemon] Add MS_SILENT flag when mounting, should fix some devices that cannot mount magisk.img
– [MagiskBoot] Fix potential segmentation fault when patching ramdisk, should fix some installation failures

Magisk Manager
– Fix dtbo on-boot detection, should follow configured dtbo patching behavior on Pixel 2 devices
– Add fingerprint authentication for Superuser requests


Both changelogs are pretty light this time around.

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AppleInsider podcast talks Apple’s new Brooklyn store, macOS root security flaw, Amazon’s inroads

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Apple has already fixed the macOS High Sierra root bug

Yesterday a very nasty bug was discovered in Apple’s macOS High Sierra, the latest version of its software for computers. In short, this bug allowed anyone with access to your computer to log in as the ‘root’ user. That’s bad, because the ‘root’ user has access to everything and read and write permissions on all the files on your Mac, including system files. Thankfully, Apple has already issued a fix for this problem, which is part of a new security update for Macs that is now available to download and install. This patch will be automatically pushed to and installed onto devices running… – Latest articles