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Apple removes Zoom web server in stealth Mac update

AppleInsider Wednesday, 10 July 2019 ()
Apple on Wednesday pushed out an automatic update for Mac users that removes a local host server created by video conferencing app Zoom, protecting users against the threat of unwanted webcam access.
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