Apple Posts Version 2.0 Of June Security Update To Fix Login Problem

Apple has posted a newer version of the June security update we reported last week. According to an Apple Knowledge Base (KBase) article, some users encountered login problems after installing the 1.0 version of the security update, and version 2.0 corrects that problem. First, the description of the update, which is word-for-word the same as it was last week:

Security Update 2003-06-09 addresses a potential security issue when the Apple Filing Protocol (AFP) is used to reshare a Network File System (NFS) mount. This update also addresses a situation where LDAP bind authentication requests may be improperly sent when using Kerberos authentication.

Second, in case you are one of the people who has had difficulty with the pervious update, here is the KBase articleis description of the problem that happened with the earlier version, and the solution:

Mac OS X 10.2.6: Unable to Log In After Installing Security Update 2003-06-09

After installing Security Update 2003-06-09, you may be unable to log in by clicking the Log In button


When you try to log in, the window shakes and the password field becomes blank after clicking the Log In button. This occurs when the login window displays accounts in list view (the default setting).

Products affected
Mac OS X 10.2.6
Security Update 2003-06-09

As a workaround, type your account password and press Return instead of clicking the Log In button.

To avoid this issue have the computer log in for you:

  1. Choose Apple menu > System Preferences.
  2. Choose View > Accounts.
  3. Select the account you want to log in automatically.
  4. Click Set Auto Login.
  5. Type the account password.
  6. Click OK.

The KBase article also says it will be updated as more information becomes available. You can find the article at Appleis support site. Version 2.0 of the security update can be found in the Software Update Control Panel in Mac OS X, or as a standalone download. It weighs in as a 1.4 MB download.