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Apple OS X update fixes security hole

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Apple OS X update fixes security hole:

 
Apple has released a software patch that closes down a vulnerability in Mac OS X. This affects OS X Yosemite, Mavericks and Mountain Lion.

Apple has released a new security update. It appears that there has been a weak point in the integration of the Network Time Protocol (NTP). It affects Mac users with OS X Yosemite , Mavericks and Mountain Lion . The update is available via the Software Update.

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NTP: hackers had an easy time

The NTP is a standard interface over which, inter alia, the time can be synchronized.Apple indicates that there was an error in the previous implementation: Hacker probably had the opportunity to execute malicious software. The update stuffs this vulnerability. The current versions are: Yosemite version 92.5.1, 88.1.1 Mavericks, Mountain Lion 77.1.1. Check the status of your operating system from the terminal by entering the following line of code: what / usr / sbin / ntpd .

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