Apple has issued two separate security updates for users of different versions of its Mac OS X operating system, designed to better protect its users from hacker attacks.
Users of Mac OS X 10.5.8 , Mac OS X 10.4.11, Mac OS X Server 10.5, Mac OS X Server 10.4.x (Universal), Mac OS X Server 10.4.x (PowerPC) are being urged to download security update 2009-05, which reportedly fixes a number of vulnerabilities – some of which could be used by hackers to launch malicious code on victim computers.
Meanwhile, early adopters of Snow Leopard (Mac OS X 10.6) would also be wise to update their systems to version 10.6.1, which incorporates an updated version of the Adobe Flash Player.
You’ll recall that just over a week ago it was revealed that users who upgraded to Snow Leopard were…
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