After the ruckus raised by a C|Net article suggesting that Apple might not be fixing security problems in Jaguar, Apple says that this isnit the case. The company issued a statement, received by TMO this afternoon, that confirms the companyis commitment to "quickly address significant vulnerabilities in past releases of Mac OS X wherever feasible." Appleis statement:
Appleis policy is to quickly address significant vulnerabilities in past releases of Mac OS X wherever feasible. The shipment of Panther does not change this policy. Apple has an excellent track record of working with CERT and the open source community to proactively identify and correct potential vulnerabilities.
You can find more information on the issue in TMOis previous coverage.