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If the disk is not encrypted, there is simply no way to prevent such attacks. Sure, you can make it slightly more cumbersome by requiring the attacker to insert the disk into another computer to modify files, but this is a trivial task that can be accomplished in five minutes. The antidote to this is encrypting the disk volumes. This effectively blocks ...


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Yes, OS X / macOS supports this since 10.13.3. According to the https://nameconstraints.bettertls.com archived tests, 10.13 failed some tests but 10.13.3 passes all in with both Safari and Chrome. This fit's the timeline release notes for macOS 10.13.3 which lists the following fix1 Description: A certificate evaluation issue existed in the handling of name ...


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