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Since the exploit is triggered only when you pull from untrusted repositories, and Apple has not released patches for previous XCode versions, you have two options: Jump to the beta branch. Do not pull from untrusted repositories. GitHub repos are safe, because they explicitly disallow repositories containing the exploit. Update internal git servers, and ...
OS X is based on a BSD derivative, Darwin, which does not typically use GNU libc. So my expectation is that the answer is "no". That the _gethostbyname_r function, defined by glibc, is not available on OS X reinforces this hunch. Let's see if some basic inspection of the library can help. On a CentOS host: $ strings /lib64/libc.so.6 | grep -i gnu ...
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on mac os X its ( just like on all *NIX's) not that easy to just "capture" the keyboard without the user being able to find that out. You would need a kernel module for that and its not that easy to trick OS X into loading it for you (apple has some nasty features for when it updates). you can just ask the system what keyboards it knows, and there are even ...
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