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The security update addressed the root bug issue where an attacker could bypass administrator authentication without supplying the administrator’s password, according to Apple's accompanying notes.
The flaw in mac OS High Sierra (discovered on Tuesday 28 November 2017) allowed root access to a Mac without the need for a password.
There have even been suggestions that High Sierra is Apple's worst release yet in terms of bugs and missing functionality (on the basis that Apple has been forced to make quick updates due to issues with the software).
Apple says that this update improves the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac, and is recommended for all users.
According to the company the update High Sierra 10.13.2 came in conjunction with Security Update 2017-002 for Sierra and Security Update 2017-005 for El Capitan.
Apple notes that if you recently updated from mac OS High Sierra 10.13 to 10.13.1, you should reboot your Mac to make sure the Security Update is applied properly.
Apple offers this guide for those who wish to confirm that their Mac has Security Update 2017-001: The newest update to High Sierra (High Sierra 10.13.1) was issued on 31 October 2017 and brings performance improvements, security enhancements and bug fixes, along with new emoji.