Apple on Thursday issued a version 1.1 of the security update that was released earlier this week. That patch, by the way, was a follow up after a January update that closed the door on several critical security vulnerabilities.
While every effort to increase the quality of OS X is to be applauded, three patches over two weeks must drive the average system administrator nuts. The first patch was warranted and should have been issued as soon as humanly possible, as Apple did. But proper testing could have (and should have) eliminated the need for the 1.1 patch.
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