On October 30, Apple released macOS High Sierra 10.13.1. The new version of the operating system contains a number of improvements and bug fixes but differs primarily in others.
Apple closed in 10.13.1 the vulnerability of KRACK WPA2, through which cybercriminals could intercept the user’s Wi-Fi traffic. This is very important since the security of data has always been for Apple in the first place. Previously, scammers could easily decrypt the traffic and learn confidential information.
In addition, the operating system has a new set of emoji ( as in the new version of iOS 11), and also fixed the synchronization error in Microsoft Exchange messages and eliminated the problem of entering search queries in Spotlight.
The update is available for download in the Mac App Store.