If Apple had used a third-party source code analyzer on its encryption library, it could have avoided the "gotofail" bug.
After a multiday delay that irked users, Apple has released a system software update for OS X Mavericks that fixes what's become known as the "gotofail" security vulnerability.
A beta of the upcoming Mavericks shows that users with a 4K display connected to their Macs can get the full benefit of the higher resolution.
Get the update for a security hole that allows third parties to intercept and modify activity on iOS and OS X Mavericks devices. This is an update you can't afford to ignore.
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