Apple issues another Mac patch bundle

Apple released its second bundle of security updates in as many weeks, issuing updates to fix problems in a few core Mac OS X programs, including the operating system's e-mail client and Safari, the default Web browser.

By preparing a specially crafted e-mail message with attachments and enticing a user to double-click on that attachment within Mail, an attacker could trigger a condition that allows the execution of unwanted programs on the user's system, according to Apple's advisory.

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