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Apple Releases Security Update 2005-006 for Panther, Tiger Users

Apple Releases Security Update 2005-006 for Panther, Tiger Users

by , 4:55 PM EDT, June 8th, 2005

Apple on Wednesday released a Security Update for Mac OS X v10.3.9 "Panther" and v10.4.1 "Tiger" users. While the update improves Bluetooth and PHP (PHP Hypertext Pre-Processor) for both operating systems -- specifically, corrections to a problem with Bluetooth object exchange services and PHP vulnerabilities that include remote denial of service -- Tiger users also obtain repairs to VPN, CoreGraphics, Folder Permissions and other functionality.

Security Update 2005-006 can be downloaded from Apple's Support site or through the Software Update pane in System Preferences.

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