Apple Pushes New Patches
Apple on Monday released a large bundle of security updates for computers powered by its OS X operating systems and other software. Included in the patch batch are fixes for roughly three dozen security vulnerabilities.
A number of the flaws patched in this release affect only 10.5.x (Leopard) versions of OS X, but updates also are available for 10.4.x (Tiger) Mac systems. Some of the applications fixed include Finder, OpenSSH, QuickDraw Manager, and Time Machine. Apple also released at least nine fixes for ClamAV, the anti-virus software included in OS X server.
September 16, 2008; 1:45 PM ET
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