Apple OS X update responds to security and worm concerns
Apple has released a security update that patches twenty security holes in its OS X operating system and bundled applications.
Virus writers in the past weeks have released several high profile viruses and security experts last week disclosed that they had found a critical security hole in the operating system.
"The update fixes both the recently reported Leap-A and Safari security vulnerabilities," an Apple spokesperson told vnunet.com. Apple OS X update responds to security and worm concerns - vnunet.com
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