OS X Security Update 2008-005 Fixes DNS Flaw

Posted: Aug 1 2008, 5:05am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:48am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs


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Apple finally fixed the DNS vulnerability issue with a new security update.

Security Update 2008-005 fixes BIND which was susceptible to DNS cache poisoning and may have returned forged information.
The new OS X security update also touches the Open Scripting Architecture, CarbonCore, CoreGraphics, Data Detectors Engine, Disk Utility, OpenLDAP, OpenSSL, PHP, QuickLook, and rsync.
More details about the Security Update 2008-005 can be found on the Apple support site.

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