OS X security update fixes phishing flaw

Tuesday, 22 March 2005, 12:37 PM EST

Apple has released a security update to Mac OS X Panther that patches a vulnerability in the Safari browser.

Security Update 2005-003 includes the following components: AFP Server; Bluetooth Setup Assistant; CoreFoundation; Cyrus SASL; Folder permissions; Safari and Samba; but most importantly, it includes a script for preventing phishers from fooling users of its Safari browser.

At Macworld.

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