Apple releases Mac OS X security update
Apple Computer released an update Friday for Mac OS X to fix several vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to execute code on unpatched systems.
A total of 15 security vulnerabilities are fixed in the update, which is available on Apple's Downloads page or through its Software Update service. The update fixes flaws in certain features of Mac OS X and Safari, but also Adobe System's Flash Player. Apple releases Mac OS X security update | CNET News.com
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