Apple OS X security update released to address clear text password flaw
Yesterday, Apple released an important security update that fixes vulnerabilities in all current versions of OS X.
Over 35 security flaws are addressed in 19 different components that are part of OS X or OS X server including the Kernel, Bluetooth, Directory Service, QuickTime, Time Machine and others which could lead to elevation of privileges, DoS (Denial of Service) and code execution.
More information about these updates and vulnerabilities can be found in the security update bulletin
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