Apple has advanced with an update that corrects security holes in various versions of its operating system, with a total of 41 vulnerabilities, most of which allow remote access to the PC.
Among the products used in the Tiger’s super update are the plug-in for Adobe Flash Player, AppleRAID, Safari or Match Kernel.
The MAC OS X version 10.4.11 allows users to switch to version 3.0 of the Safari browser, already accessible to users who have decided to migrate to Leopard. It also includes support for RAW image decoding for multiple cameras and improves the compatibility of OpenType fonts in QuarkExpress and the synchronization between the iPhone and Yahoo’s contact list, among a number of other improvements.
Note that the company also yesterday released an update for Leopard, the latest version of its operating system, which includes three fixes for the Firewall application that contained flaws that could expose network services.
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