New Apple Security Update13 March 2006 · Filed in News
Per Apple’s description of the update, the update provides “additional checks” to prevent malicious file types from being opened automatically. In addition, the update addresses a few other security flaws in CoreTypes, Mail, apache_mod_php, and rsync. Full details are in the article linked above.
And while we’re on the topic of security updates, Microsoft is expected to release one critical security update for Microsoft Office and one important security update for Microsoft Windows tomorrow on “patch Tuesday.” More information is available from Microsoft’s web site, but is subject to change until the final security bulletin is released.Tags: Apple · Macintosh · Microsoft · Security Previous Post: Vista on Intel-Based Macs Next Post: Problems with 802.1Q