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Apple Update Fixes Multiple Mac OS X Security Holes

Apple has released a really huge update that fixes more than 40 security flaws present in its Mac OS X operating system.

The patch bundle mends security holes that range from mildly scary to "extremely critical" in more than a dozen different areas of the OS, including Apple's version of Bluetooth, the Apache Web server, and Safari, the default Web browser for Mac OS X.

As always, Mac users can download updates automatically using Apple's Software Update feature, or manually by visiting Apple Downloads.

By Brian Krebs  |  August 16, 2005; 1:54 PM ET
Categories:  New Patches  
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