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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.
Adobe fixes PDF reader flaws July 12, 2006 If left unpatched, vulnerabilities in Adobe Systems' PDF reader software could put Windows, Mac users at risk of cyberattack.
Apple plugs zero-day QuickTime flaw January 23, 2007 Patch for serious vulnerability in media player software comes 23 days after details of the flaw and attack code were publicly released.
Flaw found in Apple bug-fix tool January 9, 2007 Researchers behind "Month of Apple Bugs" say there's a vulnerability in a tool used by a group involved in finding fixes for the flaws.
Breaking into a laptop via Wi-Fi August 2, 2006 Flaws in software that runs wireless-networking hardware could let attackers take over PCs, including Macs, Black Hat warns.
Apple plugs QuickTime zero-day flaw May 1, 2007 Patch comes just over a week after the vulnerability was used to grab a $10,000 prize and a MacBook Pro in a hack-a-Mac contest.
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.
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