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Apple on Tuesday released an update for its Mac OS X that repairs several security flaws and includes feature updates.
Apple late on Tuesday on its security website said the update fixes a total of five flaws, four of which affect both the client version of Mac OS X and one flaw, in ClamAV, that only impacts the server release. Apple's last security update was in May, addressing bugs in Mac OS X and QuickTime.
Mac OS X gets security fix [software.silicon.com]
Perhaps the bigger news in the article is the announcement date for 10.5 (Leopard) is officially set for the Developer's Conference in August. :)