Despite Apple’s supply chain being among the most closely monitored and analyzed in the world, its devices are not immune to all potential hacks. According to a report from Wired, it’s possible that a brand new Mac could be remotely compromised the first time it connects to Wi-Fi out of the box.
Such attacks were demonstrated during the Black Hat security conference. The attacks target enterprise devices that use Apple’s device enrollment program (DEP) and its Mobile Device Management (MDM) platform.
Read more about the new Wired report revealing a common vulnerability in Macs that exploits DEP and MDM platforms, on TechRepublic.