Following yesterday’s update to OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview 3, Apple has now issued the fourth developer preview of OS X Mountain Lion Server to registered Mac developers. The update carries a build number of 12S219n.
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Apple may be preparing special features of OS X Mountain Lion that are specific to the particular Mac it is installed on. It’s unclear what sort of special features Apple may be referring to, but we’ve thought of a couple of possibilities.
Apple has just released an update for OS X Mountain Lion DP3 – their second update to the third developer preview. It’s unclear what changes the update may contain, as Apple has not offered any release notes with the update.
Apple has finally released an official Flashback removal tool for OS X Leopard, as well as a new security update to remove outdated versions of Adobe Flash.
Apple’s been taking a fair amount of heat over security on OS X. While many of these concerns may not directly be due to security issues with OS X, digital security firm Kaspersky has been invited by Apple to analyze the security of OS X to identify areas for improvement.
There have been a lot of signs recently suggesting that Apple may be preparing to release Macs with high resolution Retina displays. Today AppleInsider has found even more clues in the form of updated system graphics in Apple’s recent release of OS X 10.7.4.
Apple has just released OS X 10.7.4. The update comes just one week following the previous developer build, and includes numerous updates, such as a patch for the FileVault security hole brought to light earlier this month.
We’ve just received word from a source within Apple’s supply chain that Apple is preparing to launch a trifecta of new products late this summer, with new MacBook Pros and iMacs, as well as OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion all planned for a mid-to-late July launch.
An Info World post as noted that Snow Leopard users might face security issues in September if Apple follows its policy and drops security update support for older versions of OS X.
A security bug discovered in OS X Lion reveals login usernames and passwords for protected accounts in clear, plain text.
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Last night’s update to OS X Mountain Lion Preview 3 adds a new “Do Not Disturb” feature to Notification Center. This allows users to block incoming alerts and banners if they don’t want to be interrupted.
Apple has issued a new build of OS X 10.7.4 to developers. The new update features a build number of 11E53 – just one number past the last build released one wek ago, suggesting that they are preparing to release the update to the public.
Apple has just released an update to OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview 3 (build 12A178q). It’s unclear why Apple decided to push the update, or why they released an updated version of Developer Preview 3 rather than seeding Developer Preview 4.
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A security firm says that the “Flashback” malware that plagued hundreds of thousands of Macs worldwide may have made as much as $10,000 a day for its authors.