Apple releases OS X Security Update for Mavericks, Mountain Lion, and Lion

“Alongside iOS 7.1.1, Apple today released Security Update 2014–002 for Mavericks, Mountain Lion, and Lion users,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors. “The update includes fixes for several operating system vulnerabilities, detailed on Apple’s support page.”

Clover reports, “Apple recommends that all users download the update, which can be acquired via the Software Update tool in the Mac App Store [or as standalone installers].”

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]


    1. Updated my stone and chisel, no problem at all.
      Tried to use my hammer, it broke! Perhaps they should have updated the hammer first, now all I can do is carry on dreaming.
      Zzzzzzz, Snorrrrrr, Zzzzzzzzzzz, Sleep bloggingzzzzzzzz, Snorrrrrrrr.

  1. Now I love apple just as much as everybody here, but I do have to admit my iPhone 4 has been going into recovery mode after every update since 6.X. Not that this is a major problem, as the backups are so great that even saved game states are preserved, but it does take some time to copy all the music back. Also, I have to pay for the text message to the UK that activates my facetime. So I only have first world problems (my phone gets stuck and I need to restore it from backup, which takes some hours, plus I spend €0.25) but it’s not “smooth as butter.”

    My phone used to be jailbroken before 6.X, that might be the source of the current tribulations.

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