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Mac Security: Apple Patches Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion

15 March 2013 1,006 views 2 Comments

Whereas Apple done updating either Snow Leopard or OS X Lion, they continue to deliver regular Mac security updates for legacy operating systems

Whereas Apple’s almost certainly done with updating either OS X Snow Leopard or OS X Lion, the company continues to deliver regular Mac security updates for legacy operating systems. With the release of OS X 10.8.3, Apple has delivered security patches for its legacy desktop operating systems.

Here’s a quick look at what’s available…

• Security Update 2013-001 (Snow Leopard), download
— Security Update 2013-001 is recommended for all users and improves the security of Mac OS X.
— Security Update 2013-001 Server (Snow Leopard)

• Security Update 2013-001 (Lion), download
— Security Update 2013-001 is recommended for all users and improves the security of Mac OS X.

• Security Update 2013-001 Server (Lion), download
— Security Update 2013-001 is recommended for all servers and improves the security of Mac OS X.

As is oft the case with Mac Security Updates, Apple pushed out the patches before the full release notes are available. However, when does get published, you will be able to find it here.

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