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Apple Plugs 26 Security Holes

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Apple on Wednesday issued its fourth security update of the year for Mac OS X 10.4.7 and the older 10.3.9 release. In total, the company has patched 26 flaws in a variety of services and applications, several of which affect image rendering and file sharing.

The update resolves security vulnerabilities in Unix applications fetchmail and gunzip, as well as bugs in OpenSSH and telnet. Apple's WebKit framework, used by its Safari Web browser, has also been updated to resolve a problem that could enable malicious Web sites to run arbitrary code. Mac OS X users can download Security Update 2006-004 using Software Update.
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