Apple on Tuesday released its second security update of the year--and it's a big one.
Known as APPLE-SA-2008-03-18 Security Update 2008-002, it contains more than 40 specific fixes for versions of Mac OS X. The most significant updates include Apache, ClamAV, Emacs, OpenSSH, PHP, and X11. There is no trend or theme here. The most serious vulnerabilities could lead to someone gaining remote access to a user's computer, while others may simply cause an application or service to crash. Other components mentioned in this update include AppKit, Core Foundation, Core Services, curl, CUPs, Help Viewer, ImageRaw, mDNSResponder, Podcast … Read more