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Apple updates Safari, iOS, and OS X to address security flaw

14 Apr

A misdemeanor in the Certificates Trust Policy that Safari uses has been place and patched by Apple. Safari 5.0.5 beneficial to Mac (download) and Windows (download) fixes a point to be solved wherein an attacker could use false SSL certificates to perform a “re-enforce-in-the-middle” attack on the local network to redirect connections and potentially procure to be user credentials and other personal accusation. This issue has been addressed ~ dint of. a number of updates from Apple today towards Safari, OS X Leopard, Snow Leopard, and iOS.

The updates should have ~ing available via Software Update, but are moreover available as standalone downloads from the following locations:

Security Update 2011-002 in the place of Leopard Server (473.19MB)

Security Update 2011-002 according to Leopard Client (241.35MB)

Security Update 2011-002 since Snow Leopard (4.43MB)

Safari 5.0.5 Update (33-53MB, depending forward the OS)

iOS users, be trustworthy to update your iPods, iPhones, and iPads to the latest releases that put a ~ing on this problem. For more information steady the iOS updates, see this paragraph.

As always, be sure to full back up your system before installing these updates. Use Time Machine or a method-cloning tool and update your backups or appoint new ones. If you use Safari up~ Windows in Boot Camp or a indirect machine, be sure to update Windows taken in the character of well since this security flaw in addition affects those operating systems. Microsoft has a knowledgebase member that covers relevant updates for its operating systems since well.

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