Apple patches 31 security holes

Wednesday, 29 November 2006, 12:27 AM EST

Apple released software updates to fix at least 31 separate security flaws in computers powered by different versions of its Mac OS X operating systems. Users can download the free updates using OS X's Software Update feature, or directly from Apple Downloads.

The first update listed in Apple's advisory addresses a problem with the built-in wireless cards on certain Mac systems that researcher HD Moore detailed earlier this month and which can be exploited by attackers to install malicious software.

At Security Fix.

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