Apple Patches 20 Tiger Security Flaws

Apple released its monthly security update late Monday, comprised of a whopping 34 patches for a variety of security vulnerabilities across its server and client operating systems. Many of the flaws stem from third party utilities that are bundled with Mac OS X, including Apache and MySQL.

The 2005-007 Security Update includes 20 fixes specifically for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger. Among them, Apple has corrected a problem in which Mail loaded remote images despite a user's preference, and two vulnerabilities in the Safari Web browser. The update weighs in at around 17MB and is available via Apple Downloads and through Software Update.

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