OS X Yosemite Security Updates
OS X Yosemite Security Updates
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OS X Yosemite Security Updates

Version 10.10.5

Security Updates for OS X Yosemite.

OS X Yosemite Security Updates overview

OS X Yosemite is Apple's operating system for Mac.

An elegant design that feels entirely fresh, yet inherently familiar. The apps you use every day, enhanced with new features. And a completely new relationship between your Mac and iOS devices. OS X Yosemite will change how you see your Mac. And what you can do with it.

Redesigned interface.

With OS X Yosemite, we set out to elevate the experience of using a Mac. To do that, we looked at the entire system and refined it app by app. Feature by feature. Pixel by pixel. And we built great new capabilities into the interface that put need-to-know information at your fingertips. The result is that your Mac has a fresh new look, with all the power and simplicity you know and love.

Powerful built-in apps.

One of the best things about a Mac is that it comes loaded with state-of-the-art, beautifully designed apps you’ll love to use every day. In OS X Yosemite, those apps give you new ways to do some of the things you do most. The apps you use to surf the web, read your mail, send messages, and organize files have a simpler, more elegant look, and we’ve enhanced them with great new features.

Mac and iOS.

Use a Mac or an iOS device, and you can do incredible things. Use them together, and you can do so much more. Because now with OS X Yosemite and iOS 8, all your devices work together even more harmoniously. They recognize when they're near each other, enabling brilliant new features that feel magical and yet make perfect sense.

What’s new in version 10.10.5

Updated on Aug 14 2015

Version 10.10.5:
  • Improves compatibility with certain email servers when using Mail
  • Fixes an issue in Photos that prevented importing videos from GoPro cameras
  • Fixes an issue in QuickTime Player that prevented playback of Windows Media files
  • Complete information regarding the security updates made in this release can be found here.

Information

License

Free

Size

1.02 GB

Developer’s website

https://www.apple.com/osx/

Downloads

1130326

App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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ubphimvong
ubphimvong
Jun 5 2019
10.10.5
2.5
Jun 5 2019
2.5
Version: 10.10.5
how do you upgrade to Os 10.10. I still have the osX 10.9.5
angelgallart
angelgallart
Nov 1 2018
10.10.5
5.0
Nov 1 2018
5.0
Version: 10.10.5
nice
visal91
visal91
Oct 17 2018
10.10.5
0.0
Oct 17 2018
0.0
Version: 10.10.5
I want to download os x Yosemite for iOS 10.13.6 for Mac please development ,so now IOS x Yosemite last update only version 10.10.5 but i want update frome iOS 10.10.5 to 10.13.6
javier-antar
javier-antar
Aug 17 2018
10.10.5
0.0
Aug 17 2018
0.0
Version: 10.10.5
Please HELP!: I connect my new iPhone 8 plus to my computer and it looks like the laptop is too old now, and so I need to update iTunes to the 12.7 version or later. So, which operative system do I need for this?
Is there another way to restore the info from my computer to my iPhone? (not using iTunes)
rhz-aqprs-cmail
rhz-aqprs-cmail
May 4 2018
10.10.5
1.0
May 4 2018
1.0
Version: 10.10.5
The link opens Itunes. Msg reads: Item Not Available: The item you've requested is not currently available in the U.S. store. Is there another download available???
dj-first-sky
dj-first-sky
Mar 16 2018
10.10.5
4.5
Mar 16 2018
4.5
Version: 10.10.5
good
TSAN
TSAN
Feb 26 2017
10.10.5
0.0
Feb 26 2017
0.0
Version: 10.10.5
I too need to get the original upgrade from Mavericks to Yosemite because I have an Apogee ensemble firewire version that is not supported by the manufacturer after Yosemite. I'm sorry I didn't ever download Yosemite and now I could really use some help in getting the original Mavericks to Yosemite upgrade. I tried several of the 3rd party websites. Turned out to be a big waste of time! And from what I've read here if it doesn't have a current certificate the upgrade won't work either. Appreciate any help you can give me. Thanks!
paulpellicoro
paulpellicoro
Dec 14 2016
10.10.5
0.0
Dec 14 2016
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Version: 10.10.5
could you please send me a link where I can download Yosemite OS X 10.10, as I have Lion 10.7.5 and it won't let me upgrade to Yosemite 10.10.5 said I need version 10.10. I have been at this all night and it is 7 am, can't find the download anywhere. Thanks you can email it to me at my name here @gmail.com really would appreciate the help.
Rizwanullahnazir
Rizwanullahnazir
Aug 27 2015
10.10.5
0.0
Aug 27 2015
0.0
Version: 10.10.5
I am facing problem while searching a file on external hard drive using spotlight on OS X Yosemite 10.10.5. Have tried reindexing both ways (system preferences and terminal) but did not work. Anyone can help solve this issue please?
Marco-2
Marco-2
Aug 14 2015
10.10.5
5.0
Aug 14 2015
5.0
Version: 10.10.5
OSX10.10 is my all time fav. Looking forward to El Captain.
DoUgLaSSS
DoUgLaSSS
Aug 4 2015
10.10.4
5.0
Aug 4 2015
5.0
Version: 10.10.4
Each new OS X version gets better than the previous one. Yosemite is not an exception!
Mcr
Mcr
Jul 3 2015
10.10.4
5.0
Jul 3 2015
5.0
Version: 10.10.4
10.10.4 is the first version of Yosemite that now feels on par with 10.9.5, in terms of responsiveness, stability and speed. The return of mDNSresponder (ba bye DiscoverD!) has fixed all my network share and connection problems. No drops at all in the 24 hours since installing. Wireless rock solid. Graphics much faster, especially noticeable in a VM, where before bringing up Grid view from the Dock, you could literally see the screen redraw. Now, even though it's not instantaneous, I can actually say it 'pops up' as opposed to 'redraws'. Enabled TRIM using the new 'sudo trimforce enable' command on all my systems, using various SSD brands ranging from Samsung EVO to Seagate, no issues. IF YOU OWN A SAMSUNG EVO OR EVO PRO, 840 OR 850, be sure to install the latest firmware before turning on TRIM support http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/minisite/SSD/global/html/support/downloads.html There is a lot of confusion about the multiple issues with the Samsung and the need for firmware update. Some users are insisting the problem is only with Linux, and you don't need a firmware update. Not true, there are actually TWO critical issues discoverd so far with the EVO drives, one known problem, true, related to the drives having an incorrect bit set that tells the OS what type of NCQ queing command it supports, in which Linux attempts to implement and runs in to problems. Windows and OS X ignore this bit because as of now, they only support 'normal' sequential TRIM, so is unaffected BY THIS PARTICULAR PROBLEM. HOWEVER, there is ANOTHER issue with Samsung EVO related to reading data that is 'old' (not been accessed) where the charge may degrade, requiring multiple attempts to read the data. This problem is not OS specific and deals with the actual physical nature of the drive itself. The latest firmware from April 15, 2015 fixes this by periodically 'refreshing' all the data on the drive to keep the charge strong, even data that isn't accessed. This problem affects the drive regardless of OS, so highly recommended you update the firmware. Read more about this SEPARATE PROBLEM UNRELATED TO THE LINUX PROBLEM HERE: http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/203449-new-samsung-840-evo-firmware-will-add-periodic-refresh-capability Firmware update is provided as an ISO bootable CD image that will boot Macs or Windows PC., using a Linux micro kernel, that locates and updates the drive. I've updated without issues. TotalFinder, (my one MUST HAVE mod) is working fine on 10.10.4 using the latest version of TF.
Spudboy
Spudboy
Jul 3 2015
10.10.4
0.0
Jul 3 2015
0.0
Version: 10.10.4
After many months of my computer crashing, it appears 10.10.4 may have solved my troubles. Keeping fingers crossed. discoveryD I'm looking at you!
Frankeed
Frankeed
Jul 1 2015
10.10.4
4.0
Jul 1 2015
4.0
Version: 10.10.4
I had a hard time getting this update to install. The App Store app kept hanging, and the combined updater refused to run. It wasn't until I'd re-started about 4 times that it finally installed. No issues once I got it installed, though.
Mcr
Mcr
Jul 1 2015
10.10.4
5.0
Jul 1 2015
5.0
Version: 10.10.4
CAUTION: IF YOU USE ANY SYSTEM MODS (TotalFinder, cDock, Liteicon, Yosemite Revert, etc. , anything using SIMBL), refrain from updating until you thoroughly understand the consequences or the developer has offered a workaround (if possible). Frankly, developers who are part of the Apple Developer Program have known for quite some time during the beta of 10.10.4 that Apple was integrating SIP (System Integrity Protection) aka 'rootless' administration, so developers should have had plenty of time to figure out if their app is effected and what to do. those that are finding out now their app is broken either weren't following what was going on, aren't registered with Apple, or maybe hoped Apple was going to change its mind about SIP (System Integrity Protection). SIP is a security feature, on the whole, it actually makes sense. It's to prevent non-Apple programs from modifying operating system files, which is what malware and viruses do. From the very beginning of OSX, from 10.0.0 up to 10.10.3, an installer program was free to modify just about anything it wanted, once the user entered the password during install. (and the user was an admin, which just about everyone runs from an admin account). It's amazing there hasn't been more chaos and malware because of this ability. The flip side of this is that many 'legit' programs that modify the system, also by definition, have to modify system files. Many of these programs (Totalfinder, cDock, anything using SIMBL) work by 'injection' , they actually find Apple code in memory and 'inject' themselves into it, or substitute themselves for it. From a app standpoint, even though it is intended and 'okay', 10.10.4 can't tell the difference between that and viral behavior. You can't judge intent, you can only go by behavior and what you see. 'Thou shalt not touch or attempt to modify the operating system in any way!" Before you say all of this is unnecessary, Macs don't have malware, blah blah, hold off. Apple obviously sees the writing on the wall, as a community we have been lucky regards malware such as on the scale seen on Windows, but it's certainly possible. Up till now, once the user entered their password during an install (from an admin account), an installer could pretty much do whatever it wanted. With SIP, Apple is just trying to get ahead of the curve. Now it's still required for a user to enter a password when installing, but now if the program is malicious, it will be locked out from messing around with the operating system files. Obviously people will be disappointed that some of their favorite hacks may not work anymore, but before we all dump on Apple, understand why Apple did this, and why something like SIP was really inevitable. Read the headlines, cyber space is getting more dangerous everyday....US and China about headed to war over cyber hacking. All the hacked software people get from torrents (Mac and Windows) is RIDDLED with malware. It's possible Apple may eventually allow some kind of 'whitelist' that will let you define what apps can bypass SIP, but that will require that apps are signed, something a lot of mod programs and mod developers don't do, because 1), these apps are basically hacks, 2) getting Apple to issue a signed certificate to a developer of a hack is, shall we say, problematic. Of course, SIP can be disabled, this is not the place to discuss it. Understand the consequences if you go that route, make an informed decision, weigh the pros and cons, and live with the consequences. If you are very careful about what you install, download, and trust the vendors, disabling SIP may not be a big deal. Lastly, as I always like to say, if you aren't using virtualization, you are just being foolish (Parallels, Fusion, Virtualbox etc) I test all new software in a virtual machine, all updates, etc. Only when I'm comfortable do I then push the update/software to my every day 'get my work done' system. The folks that rush to install every latest update, etc, into their every day system and then complain stuff is broken, well, can't help you. If you don't want to use virtual machines, then get an external drive and make some extra boot partitions and test your software on those first. REally is no excuse. Hard disks are cheap
pedropanza
pedropanza
Jun 30 2015
10.10.4
2.5
Jun 30 2015
2.5
Version: 10.10.4
Seems to have repaired a very annoying delay after clicking on a file in Mail, Finder and other apps. One major problem persists which I have noted since updating my system to 10.10.3 – local syncing/backup of Contacts and Calendars only is available for iPhone. iTunes is forcing your Safari bookmarks and email settings up into iCloud servers. Why does Apple want control of our Safari bookmarks and email settings? T. Cook's open letters and claims of privacy protection do not hold much water if they abolish local syncing. There needs to be more uproar about this.
Libertyforall1776
Libertyforall1776
Jun 30 2015
10.10.4
0.0
Jun 30 2015
0.0
Version: 10.10.4
STILL no AirPlay link in QuickTime Player like in iTunes, just "Share" options NOT including AirPlay! Seriously Apple, how hard is it to add AirPlay to QTP?! :( On the flip side, this update seems to fix a lot of network and Safari problems which were driving me nuts!
Flinx
Flinx
Jun 30 2015
10.10.4
0.0
Jun 30 2015
0.0
Version: 10.10.4
Donwload link for Combo Installer 10.10.4 is bellow https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1820
Mike-Ryan
Mike-Ryan
Jun 30 2015
10.10.4
2.0
Jun 30 2015
2.0
Version: 10.10.4
Be AWARE! This latest upgrade disables CDOCK entirely. Why? What's wrong with you Apple that every time you release an upgrade you end up disabling an important app? VERY annoying. Other than that this upgrade seems okay.
jcraig
jcraig
Jun 30 2015
10.10.4
0.0
Jun 30 2015
0.0
Version: 10.10.4
Be patient with this one. After downloading from the App Store, my early-2011 MBP 17" restarted 3 times in quick succession, then after about a minute a fourth time before finishing the installation. Just being done with "discoveryd" is worth the update alone. So far so good.
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