Apple releases Security Update 2004-01-26 for Mac OS X

Apple has released Security Update 2004-01-26 via Software Update which delivers a number of security enhancements and is recommended for all Macintosh users. This update includes the following components:

Apache 1.3
Windows File Sharing

Additionally, Security Update 2003-12-19 has been incorporated into this security update. Those components are:
AFP Server
ASN.1 Decoding for PKI
Directory Services
System Initialization

MacDailyNews has installed this update on a total of 3 computers so far, a vintage iMac G3/400. a PowerBook 17-inch, and also a TiBook G4/400. No problems on any of the Macs to report.


  1. Oneguyfromfinland:

    It was only rumors that something magical was going to appear on the anniversary. I, myself, never thought there was anything more than an anniversary date.

    Apple usually makes annoucements on Tuesdays, so if there is nothing tomorrow, no biggie.

  2. Can you say “Super Bowl Sunday”? Why launch on a date few non-Macheads remember when you can launch on the big show itself? If there is to be a something it will be on the Superbowl.

  3. Always wait 24 hours and check to see if anybody wanked their machine

    If everybody waited, then nobody would wank their machines and we’d be back to square one now, wouldn’t we?

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