Users of OS X 10.6 will find that Apple has unexpectedly updated Safari 5.
Following a recent addition of Java to its plug-in blacklist, Apple has issued an update to its supported Java versions.
Updates to Snow Leopard and Lion (Server and Client) address bugs and enhance features.
While Apple's iCloud services are officially supported only in OS X 10.7 Lion or later, you can get some working in Snow Leopard.
Although Lion will be priced at a modest $29, current Leopard users must first upgrade to Snow Leopard, then Lion.
Shades of the Proview case? Household chemicals maker Jiangsu Xuebao claims to own the Snow Leopard trademark -- well, the Chinese translation, anyway.
The Mac App Store program can be removed from Snow Leopard, but once updated past OS X 10.6.6, reinstalling it may require a little more than simply installing a combo update.
Following updates to OS X 10.7 Lion that fixed some password security bugs, Apple has released updates for other supported software.
While the Office-based vulnerability that is used to exploit OS X does not work in Lion, it serves as a reminder to always keep all software up-to-date.
The finding that Leopard and Snow Leopard users were affected more by the Flashback malware suggests Apple's approach to security on OS X has a notable impact, even if it is an indirect one.