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Apple Security Update

Version 2013-004

For OS X 10.6, 10.6 Server, 10.7, and 10.7 Server.

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Apple Security Update is recommended for all users and improves the security of Mac OS X

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What’s new in version 2013-004

Updated on Sep 18 2014

Version 2013-004:
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118.6 MB

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oo4220055
oo4220055
Feb 14 2020
2014-004
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Feb 14 2020
5.0
Version: 2014-004
Good
ianrid
ianrid
Sep 13 2013
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Sep 13 2013
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This latest security update for Snow Leopard is even bigger than the last - 348MB for my iMac. There must be some major changes in the underpinning to the system going on. Nice to have a security patch for Safari 5, too. Bravo to Apple for continuing to support SL.
Soft68
Soft68
Jul 2 2013
2013-003
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Jul 2 2013
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Version: 2013-003
Apple is really screwing up 10.7 If you are running 10.7, after you update 10.7.5, the App Store will not connect. There are tons of people are having this problem. Intend to make App Store works, I had to re-install 10.7 but only update it to 10.7.3 Anywhere pass that, App Store will not connect. Maybe that's the reason Apple jumps to 10.8 right after 10.7.5
ianrid
ianrid
Jun 4 2013
2013-002
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Jun 4 2013
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Version: 2013-002
Security Update 2013-002 for 10.6.8 is a biggie -- 330 MB. Good that Apple are still supporting Snow Leopard. Wonder if that will continue once 10.9 comes out.
MichaelHaeusler
MichaelHaeusler
Mar 15 2013
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Mar 15 2013
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Version: 2013-001
Messed up Safari 5.1.8 in MacOS 10.6.8. Took me half an hour to find out that SafariStand 5.1.182 with SIMBL for 10.6 was creating the compatibility problem. Otherwise everything seems to work fine.
Matt68
Matt68
Mar 15 2013
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Mar 15 2013
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Version: 2013-001
The Snow Leopard version should have its own entry on MU... I realize that most will discover this via SW Update, but at first glance it would get missed since it has been lumped into the version for 10.7.
Panico
Panico
Oct 15 2012
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Oct 15 2012
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Version: 2012-004
What's new since Sep 19? Software Update doesn't even see this one (Oct 15)
Aargl
Aargl
Sep 24 2012
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Sep 24 2012
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I'd like to do a bit of philosophy, here: - potential security leaks are likely to be exploited until they're not known, so It's very probable that after a few months most of them have not to be feared anymore... ;-) - when you take a look at what is fixed, the risks are probably very low for the average home user, while they're higher for big corporate's servers, of course - my Mini G4 running Tiger is no longer security-updated by Apple since years, neither my G5 running Leopard, do you think I've been attacked in anyway? ;-D - just like you, I've done all the security updates until the previous one, but I've always wondered if they were really useful: one thing is pretty sure, if I had to reinstall my old systems, I would stick to the lowest well-running version and avoid as much updates as possible, as I've always noticed a drop in performance after applying all the updates of any kind in the life of a system (it looks as Apple would intentionally fatten the system till the average user thinks "ok, Tiger is too slow, Leopard will be better, let’s buy it!" and so on, but of course Apple wouldn't think that way, ain't they? ;-) Those are just conjectures, and most people might disagree, but I’m a twenty-year-old mac user (since system 7), so I’m talking based on my experience... ;-) The least that you can keep of my words is that you can refrain from updating your system immediately when an update comes out — except if it fixes issues that you’ve encountered on important things, of course — wait to read if people are happy with this update, wait for fixes if the update breaks something (anyone remembers the infamous 10.3.x update bug that erased firewire HDs if they were connected during the update? I personally destroyed all the data of a friend film-maker doing that damned update!!!)
Jazzyguy
Jazzyguy
Sep 22 2012
2012-004
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Sep 22 2012
5.0
Version: 2012-004
Thank You Misha for the MailPlugInFix it worked great!
Wodehouse
Wodehouse
Sep 21 2012
2012-004
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Sep 21 2012
0.5
Version: 2012-004
On the September 19th Security Update. I am on 10.6.8. This has made Mail completely unusable. Unopenable. Any suggestions anyone?
Vancurren
Vancurren
Sep 20 2012
2012-004
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Sep 20 2012
3.0
Version: 2012-004
This security update appears to have disabled certain Apple Mail 4.6 bundles, including MailTabs and WideMail. And I do miss WideMail!
Jazzyguy
Jazzyguy
Sep 20 2012
2012-004
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Sep 20 2012
5.0
Version: 2012-004
Good update.No problems whatsoever.
Albabe
Albabe
Sep 20 2012
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Sep 20 2012
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No real problems except... My Boot is REEEAAALLY slow now... sigh.
Whitebuck
Whitebuck
Sep 20 2012
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Sep 20 2012
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Heads up to anyone using the Apple Mail plugins Letter Box, Wide Mail and Growl Mail, this security update inexplicably disables all three. Farewell Apple Mail. I just finished transferring all mail accounts to Thunderbird. Apple seems to be trying very hard to force Mountain Lion on all. Thanks to Apple's new business plan, I was already in the process of setting up the Linux distro Ultimate Edition 3.4. Which is an awesome iteration of Ubuntu. Dual boot, not that hard. I wish they hadn't of forced my hand, for I was so content with my iMac, OSX and all my costly Applications, oh well...Onward thru the fog. Because, it doesn't look like Apple cares what I and many others think or do.
Timmyb
Timmyb
Sep 19 2012
2012-004
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Sep 19 2012
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Version: 2012-004
Why is is 004? Pretty sure there was never a 003 for Snow Leopard.
Albabe
Albabe
Sep 19 2012
2012-002
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Sep 19 2012
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Version: 2012-002
New Security Update today. 269.9 MGs.
Poetry
Poetry
May 10 2012
2012-002
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May 10 2012
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Version: 2012-002
The dots for open apps on my dock are not showing up at all after the Apple Security Update 2012-002. I'm using Snow Leopard. Is this a bug or are we now forced to accept this as a feature like Lion users?
Albabe
Albabe
May 9 2012
2012-001
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May 9 2012
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Version: 2012-001
2012-002 is out!
Coolapic
Coolapic
Feb 4 2012
2012-001
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Feb 4 2012
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Version: 2012-001
There is a NEW UPDATE available (2012-011 v1.1) Have a look under software update It's a working fix for the Rosetta problem we are experiencing.
Coolapic
Coolapic
Feb 2 2012
2012-001
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Feb 2 2012
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Version: 2012-001
DO NOT INSTALL this update if you use any app under Rosetta (PPC) If installed you won't be able to print anymore ! I happen to believe Apple broke 10.6.x printing (Rosetta) for the purpose of forcing us to move to 10.7.x
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