Mac OS X users, time to patch up your systems. Apple has released the Mac OS 10.6.7 update along with the 2011-001 security update for OS X 10.5 systems as well as Server 10.5 and 10.6 systems.
The update contains fixes for 56 CVE vulnerability reports. Additionally, the update includes fixes which will add the recently reported OpinionSpy Trojan software.
If you have Apple's Software Update tool set to automatically install any updates, you should have the update in short order (if you haven't already). Otherwise you can manually check or go to Apple's support site and download the fix from there.
No reason not to install the updates. Even if you don't have any concern about malware or online attacks, updates can also address stability issues and help to keep your system running smoothly down the line.
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