Flashback reminded many Mac users that malware wasn't just a thing that could happen to Windows users, but if you were on an older version of the operating system, you were still potentially vulnerable. Apple's released a patch that should see Leopard users covered, at least. The patch removes what it calls the "most common variants" of Flashback, as well as disabling the Java plug-in for Safari, and can be found here. [Apple via BBC]
Apple Releases Flashback Patch For Leopard
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