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Security Update 2007-005 released: Vulnerabilities in iChat, CoreGraphics, more plugged
A conflict with dual GPUs may be the root of a window server crash that forces users back to the log-in screen.
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.
Security Updates in iPhone OS 2.2
Some of the five security updates also address vulnerabilities within Webkit and CoreGraphics.
Security Details: iTunes 8, QuickTime 7.5.5, and iPhone OS 2.1
Patches address flaws that could let someone bypass security restrictions, shut down an app, disclose sensitive info, conduct attacks, or take over the device.
Update to Leopard operating system includes fixes for a variety of bugs and security issues, as well as expanded hardware support.
Apple fixes more than two dozen vulnerabilities, including some that could lead to disclosure of sensitive data and the arbitrary running of code.
Apple has released Security Update 2008-005, which resolves a widely reported BIND DNS issue that could result in cache poisoning attacks from remote attackers.