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This week in Apple February 24, 2006 A flaw in Mac OS X could be a conduit for attackers to install malicious code on computers running the OS X software. Also: Apple confirms that it plans to introduce some fun new products.
Fix in for Apple flaw August 18, 2006 Xsan Filesystem patch tackles flaws in Mac OS X versions that could allow attackers to execute arbitrary code or crash a system.
Apple fixes 26 Mac OS flaws August 2, 2006 Some of the vulnerabilities are serious and could be used in malicious attacks to commandeer Macs.
One more update to Apple patch March 17, 2006 Update is designed to address installation problems with patch released earlier in week, say security experts.
Apple closes Wi-Fi hole January 26, 2007 Security update fixes an AirPort vulnerability disclosed in November as part of the Month of Kernel Bugs campaign.
Attack code out for Apple flaw June 29, 2006 Exploit comes only a day after Apple released a patch for the bug. Plus: iTunes update plugs a security hole.
Security from A to Z: OS X November 28, 2006 Debate rages over whether the Mac operating system is inherently safer than Windows. Part of a series on hot security topics.
Apple corrects patch trouble March 14, 2006 Second Mac OS X security update in two weeks corrects problems introduced by earlier patch and fixes newly discovered flaws.
Bluetooth worm targets Mac OS X February 17, 2006 Pest isn't believed to have attacked users yet, but two examples of malicious software to target Mac OS in two days may signal trend.
Finally, Apple answers call for iPhone January 9, 2007 After years of speculation, Apple reveals its iPod mobile phone, as well as a home networking device, at Macworld.Photos: Steve Jobs reveals the iPhone
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