Posted by: David Harley | June 16, 2010

OS X Update Problems

So I said here:

Apple security update 2010-004/Mac OS X 10.6.4, just released, includes  mitigation for 28 security vulnerabilities, as well as including the latest Safari 5 release. (This in itself addresses 48 security vulnerabilities.) So far, so good: well, maybe I’ll reserve judgement until it finishes downloading on my MacBook, but updates don’t usually cause me hassle.

Apparently, not everyone has been so lucky, at any rate according to Rik Myslewski in The Register. It will be interesting (to say the least) to see if either of my MacBooks boot tomorrow. ;-)

David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP
Mac Virus Administrator
Small Blue-Green World
AVIEN Chief Operations Officer

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