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Apparently a major security hole has been found in OS X Lion systems that are set up to accept authentication through LDAP servers, where users may be allowed to log in to the system without providing a password. For networked systems that uses LDAP-based authentication for managing users and restricting network resources, this may be a fairly severe security risk.

Read more: LDAP flaw in OS X Lion opens major authentication security hole | MacFixIt - CNET Reviews
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