Important: Apple Updates Last Week's Security Update

Apple has released an update for last weekis security update, dubbed Security Update 2004-09-07. The new version simply has version 1.1 appended to the end, and Apple says this update should be installed by anyone who installed the first version. The company has provided this update for Mac OS X 10.3.5, 10.3.4, and 10.2.8, for both client and server versions. From Appleis Knowledge Base article for the Mac OS X 10.3.5 version:

About Security Update
Security Update 2004-09-07 delivers a number of security enhancements and is recommended for all Macintosh users.

Security Update 2004-09-07 v1.1 fixes the following issues in Security Update 2004-09-07 v1.0:

  • lukemftpd: Corrects the path to the configuration directory
  • Safari (10.3.5 only): The Safari version number is changed to provide compatibility with web sites that use an old version-checking mechanism

Systems that have already installed Security Update 2004-09-07 v1.0 should install Security Update 2004-09-07 v1.1 to obtain these fixes.

Security Update 2004-09-07 v1.1 is available for Mac OS X v10.2.8, Mac OS X v10.3.4, Mac OS X v10.3.5, Mac OS X Server v10.2.8, Mac OS X Server v10.3.4, and Mac OS X Server v10.3.5.

SHA 1 = ee5e3f7f0b04e7e31cce45bf3437bbe17be10a8b

This update includes the following components:

  • CoreFoundation
  • IPSec
  • Kerberos
  • libpcap
  • lukemftpd
  • NetworkConfig
  • OpenLDAP
  • OpenSSH
  • PPPDialer
  • rsync
  • Safari
  • tcpdump

Apple is providing separate Knowledge Base articles for each version of Mac OS X this update supports.

You can find the update for your OS at the above links, or by checking Software Update in your System Preferences.