Apple posts Mac OS X security updates


Called Security Update April 2002, the Mac OS X update offers a number of recent fixes to Mac OS X's Darwin core. The update includes fixes for popular UNIX applications OpenSSH, PHP and sudo. According to Apple, the OS X update provides "increased security to prevent unauthorized access to applications, servers, and the operating system."

The list of updated applications and their latest version follows:

OpenSSH v3.1p1
rsync v2.5.2
groff v1.17.2
PHP v4.1.2
sudo v1.6.5p2
mod_ssl v2.8.7

The update is currently available as a free download to Mac OS X 10.1.3 using Apple's Software Update utility or as a 4.2 MB download from Apple.