Apple issues security updates for Leopard, Tiger

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On the same day that Apple released the first update to OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, the company also issued a slew of security updates for Tiger and Leopard users.

Updates are available for Tiger PPC, Tiger Intel, Tiger Server PPC, and Tiger Server Universal; as well as Leopard and Leopard Server.

Apple had not updated its Security Updates Web page to include the new versions, known as Security Update 2009-005, at the time this article was published. All updates simply says that they are “recommended for all users” and that they improve the security of Mac OS X.

The updates should be available via OS X’s Software Update mechanism.

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