Apple on Thursday released Mac OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.3 along with a wave of security updates spanning numerous products ranging from the operating system kernel to many components and applications and its Safari Web browser.
Available immediately, OS X v10.8.3 and the associated security update address security flaws in Apache, Identity Services, ImageIO, Messages, Messages Server, PostgreSQL, Podcast Producer Server, QuickTime, Ruby and more.
The software update also addresses an interesting issue (CVE-2013-0967) in CoreTypes that allows a malicious website to launch a Java application automatically even if the Java plug-in is disabled.
In addition to the software updates, Apple addressed an unauthorized digital certificates issue that linked back to Turkish certificate authority, TURKTRUST in an incident that was reported in January.
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About the Security Content of OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.3
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