Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Fixes critical vulnerability in Apple Mac OS X and Apple Safari
Apple has released this year's first security update for Mac OS X 10.8, 10.8.3 and earlier versions of the. The operating system has been updated embedded implementation International ImageIO, components Unicode, PostgreSQL, Podcast Producer Server, QuickTime, and Ruby.
In addition to the holes in the OS, the American corporation has eliminated the vulnerability in the browser Safari, which was updated WebKit.
Most of the underlying vulnerability allows a remote user to execute arbitrary code on the target system.
Manufacturer thanked the security researcher who discovered the vulnerability and reported them Apple.
The notice specified security files that the user needs to download for vulnerabilities. Mac-systems administrators can also use the auto-update functionality.
The manufacturer also reported vulnerabilities in the processing of URL-addresses FaceTime :/ / in Messages. This can be exploited to bypass the confirmation link FaceTime call and initiate a call FaceTime.
We recommend updates as soon as possible.