I've run into an issue I'm trying to get sorted out. I just got a new Mac Mini M1 (16 GB/512 GB) and when I get into Citrix Workspace to access my company's system, I can do everything just fine with the one exception that any time I use Command + any other key (e.g Command-c to copy, command-a to select all, etc.), it causes Citrix to unexpectedly quit and gives me an error report.
I've tried restarting everything to no avail.
I tried to recreate the problem on my late 2013 rMBP that I'd been using and no issues there. And no issues with command+__ in any usage case outside of the Citrix Workspace app.
They are both running Big Sur 11.1 and the newest version of the Citrix Workspace app, so the only thing I can think of is that it is somehow related to the M1 chip, but no idea whether that would cause the issue or not.
Anyone else run into this issue?
- The Citrix Workspace app allows for secure, unified access to all of your SaaS apps, web apps, virtual apps, files, and desktops. If your company uses Citrix, simply login with your company credentials to access all of the resources you need to be productive from anywhere.
- The hole has been patched and users of Citrix Workspace app should install the latest version (2006.1 or 1912 LTSR CU1) sooner rather than later. While Citrix asserted that the vuln only affects Workspace app installations installed by either a local or domain admin (and not a bog-standard user account) any flaw in a widely used remote-working tool, in this day and age, is going to catch the.
This vulnerability has been modified since it was last analyzed by the NVD. It is awaiting reanalysis which may result in further changes to the information provided.
Citrix Workspace app can be used on domain and non-domain joined PCs, tablets, and thin clients. Provides high performance use of virtualized Skype for Business, line of business and HDX 3D Pro engineering apps, multimedia, local app access.
Citrix Workspace App before 1912 on Windows has Insecure Permissions and an Unquoted Path vulnerability which allows local users to gain privileges during the uninstallation of the application.
Citrix Workspace App before 2006.1 on Windows has Insecure Permissions for %PROGRAMDATA%Citrix (and an unquoted UninstallString), which allows local users to gain privileges by copying a malicious citrix.exe there.
SeverityCVSS 3.x Severity and Metrics:
|CWE-276||Incorrect Default Permissions||NIST|
Citrix Workspace App 2020
Known Affected Software Configurations Switch to CPE 2.2
Denotes Vulnerable Software
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