OS X Yosemite may still take a while to arrive, but that doesn’t mean that Apple isn’t working to improve and improve the OS X Mavericks.
Practically together with the release of iOS 8 for all users, the company also made OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 available, the update is available on the Mac App Store. The new version improves the reliability of VPN connections that use USB smart cards for authentication, the reliability of access to files located on SMB servers and includes Safari 7.0.6 in addition to improving Mac stability, compatibility and security.
More information about the update can be seen at this link; for more information on the security content of the update, visit this page.
In addition to the new version of OS X Mavericks, Apple also released the iCloud 3.1 Control Panel for Windows (70.6MB), which allows the use of Apple's sync and cloud storage service on PCs running the operating system from Microsoft.
Update · 09/18/2014 s 00:28
Although OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 includes Safari 7.0.6, the verse 7.1 Apple's browser has also been released to everyone in a part update. The novelties are the addition of DuckDuckGo (a search engine that does not track users) as one of the options integrated into the search field, encryption of all Yahoo searches from the search field, in addition to reader and filler compatibility improvements Automatic with websites.