Apple Issues Bundle of Security Updates
Apple today released a bundle of software updates to fix more than two-dozen security weaknesses in computers powered by its Mac OS X operating system.
Apple issued updates to address 26 distinct security issues, by my count anyway. The patches fix problems in a slew of OS X programs, including several flaws that could be exploited by attackers just by getting the user to load a specially crafted image file in their Web browser or on the operating system.
August 1, 2006; 6:37 PM ET
Categories: New Patches
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