Apple has issued the OS X 10.6.5 Snow Leopard update, along with fixes for more than 50 issues in the Flash Player plug-in.
The Security Update 2010-007 for Mac OS X 10.5 brings Mac OS X versions of the Flash Player up to the 10.1.102.64 build.
Among the issues addressed in the update are flaws which could allow an attacker to remotely execute code on a targeted system.
Apple has also updated QuickTime with fixes for nine CVE vulnerability listings. Among the patched flaws are remote code execution vulnerabilities in the handling of movie files, GIF and FlashPix images.
Other components being patched include Mac OS X Apache, Safari, Time Machine and Kernel components.
Snow Leopard users will receive a stability update for the operating system, addressing printing errors, issues with graphics performance in games and the ability for Mac Pro systems with the early 2009 RAID card model to be put into sleep mode.
Users can obtain the updates by running the OS X Software Update tool.
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