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Apple addresses 77 security vulnerabilities in OS X Yosemite

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July 1, 2015

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Apple has released a series of security updates to address no less then seventy-seven CVE-listed security vulnerabilities in its OS X Yosemite software operating system.

Apple's Yosemite 10.10.4 security update includes fixes for QuickTime, OpenSSL and ImageIO, along with remote code execution flaws and other various exploits that could allow a hacker to obtain certain elevated privileges and in the end, crash some critical applications.

The Safari security update includes various fixes for 4 vulnerabilities in the WebKit browser engine. An attacker could target the flaws to remotely execute code, steal account information, view WebSQL databases and download cookie information from a targeted Mac computer or laptop.

Apple users running Yosemite should update their system software as soon as possible to install the security fixes as soon as possible.

Those running older versions of OS X can get some of the updates by installing security patches for Safari 6, 7 and 8.

Overall, users running iOS devices should also receive an update to address thirty-two CVE-listed security vulnerabilities in WebKit and other components of Apple's mobile platform.

Five of the security holes were in WebKit. Additional patches were included the iOS Kernel, ImageIO, and Mail.

In addition to the security updates, the iOS 8.4 release will give iOS users access to Apple Music, the streaming service Apple unveiled earlier this month at WWDC.

The company is offering a free three-month trial of the new service, after which users will be billed $9.99 per month.

The iOS update also revokes bad security certificates issued by CNNIC. OS X users can download the update through the Software Update tool.

iOS devices can get their update through the general control in the OS X Settings application.

Source: Apple.

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