November 28, 2006
Written by Joris Evers
Apple Computer on Tuesday released a security update for Mac OS X to repair 31 vulnerabilities, including a zero-day Wi-Fi hijack flaw.
Apple’s Security Update 2006-007 includes fixes for flaws in Apple’s own code as well as third-party components that ship with the Mac OS X operating system, such as Perl, PHP and OpenSSL. Several of the vulnerabilities could allow full system compromises, according to Apple’s security alert.