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Apple seems to have fixed a macOS Catalina bug, first reported in July, that caused snippets of encrypted emails sent via the Mail app to be stored unencrypted (Jay Peters/The Verge)


Apple seems to have fixed a macOS Catalina bug, first reported in July, that caused snippets of encrypted emails sent via the Mail app to be stored unencrypted (Jay Peters/The Verge)


Jay Peters / The Verge:

Apple seems to have fixed a macOS Catalina bug, first reported in July, that caused snippets of encrypted emails sent via the Mail app to be stored unencrypted  —  The fix is apparently in macOS Catalina 10.15.3  —  Apple released macOS Catalina 10.15.3 last week, and the update apparently patched …


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