Apple patches security flaw in Snow Leopard
The company releases a patch to prevent hackers accessing Mac users’ files.
Apple has unveiled a patch to address a security flaw in its operating system.
Although not all users have filesharing enabled, the patch is still being recommended to all in case they later chose to activate the preference.
There is yet to be any news of a server version of this update, so it appears the flaw only currently affects client machines.
The update is available either as an automatic update or via Apple's website if you click here.
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