Researcher: Apple patch falls short

Monday, 15 May 2006, 1:07 PM EST

Apple released its third major patch this year for the OS X operating system on Thursday, fixing 31 software vulnerabilities in a range of products that could be used by remote attackers to compromise Mac OS systems. But independent security researcher Tom Ferris told InfoWorld the latest patch doesn't cover other critical holes he reported to Apple, and that he may soon publish the details of those flaws, too.

At InfoWorld.

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