Massive Security Update Released for Mac OS X
Apple has released a security patch to fix 134 flaws in Mac OS X, including more than 50 vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player alone.
The massive update brings OS X 10.6 and 10.5 (also known as Snow Leopard and Leopard, respectively) up to version 10.6.5. Included in the update are fixes for QuickTime, Image Capture, Time Machine, Apache, AFP Server, and dozens of others.
For Adobeâ??s Flash Player , 55 vulnerabilities that left the media program open to remote attack were fixed.
This is the Apple's seventh security update of 2010. It is available for download from the Apple website.
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