Apple Computer on Tuesday clamped down on a number of vulnerabilities in its Mac OS X operating system that could pose as backdoors for hackers or malicious users.
In a recommended security release labeled Security Update 2006-004 - the fourth such update this year - Apple said it tightened loose ends in AFP Server, Bluetooth, Bom, DHCP, dyld, fetchmail, gnuzip, ImageIO, LaunchServices, OpenSSH, telnet and WebKit.
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