If you’ve been wondering when we’d see a security update for Mac OS X Leopard: you can stop holding your breath. Apple has just pushed out Security 2007-009 for Mac OS X 10.5.1. So what’s been fixed? According to the release notes:

  • Core Foundation
  • Flash Player Plug-in
  • Quick Look
  • Safari
  • Shockwave Plug-in
  • and plenty more

The update, which as ever is recommended for everyone running the latest big cat, weighs in at 35.6MB. If you’re wanting to go ahead and install the update without waiting, you’ll want to run over to the Apple Support site and grab the file, or simply run Software Update on your system. As with all OS X updates, we’d strongly suggest you have a working backup before installing on any mission-critical system.



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