The company patches 17 flaws in various components of the Mac operating system.
Staff Writer, CNET News.com
Apple Computer published an update to its Mac OS X operating system Thursday, closing 17 security holes in open-source and proprietary components.
The advisory and patch addressed five vulnerabilities in the Apache Web server included with the operating system, as well as two flaws in the mail servers used by Mac OS X. Apple also fixed two flaws in the company's Safari Web browser and another problem with the QuickTime media server.
Apple did not classify the risk associated with the problems the update fixes.