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The latest version of Safari gives Snow Leopard users more control over what Java content is displayed.
While the mode of infection is currently unknown, this new threat has uniquenesses over past malware for OS X.
Apple quietly pushed out its newest version of iTunes today, and it's packing some seriously high-quality video.
Apple has released a couple of updates for Java 1.5 and 1.6, which tackle sandboxing errors that could lead to security and stability issues on the system.
After applying the latest security update for Mac OS X 10.6, some people are experiencing high CPU usage that is bogging down their systems. Here is how to fix this problem.
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If you have an Intel Mac that is running OS X 10.5 or earlier, you may wonder about upgrading to OS X 10.6 or even 10.7 when it comes out. Here are some things to consider.
Apple has released a security update for OS X 10.6 and OS X 10.5 machines, which addresses a number of security holes for both the client and server versions of these OS X releases. For the client version, the update fixes several problems that could lead to arbitrary code execution.
Check Software Update! Apple has released a couple of Java updates for OS X 10.5 and OS X 10.6. These updates will install Java version 1.6.0_20 on Mac OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard, and will install Java version 1.5.0_24 on OS X 10.5. The updates will also fix a couple of security holes that allow arbitrary code to be executed by Java applets.