Apple pushes 1st automatic update after Google identifies Critical flaw.

Written by Randy on . Posted in Apple, Internet, Randy's Blog, Security

A critical flaw in NTP (Network Time Protocol) is deemed serious enough for Apple to use it’s automatic Push update for the first time ever.  This same flaw apparently effects different versions of Unix/Linux and OS X.  Apple has long had this ability but decided to use it on this latest patch.  Most users would not even know it happened.  The update is “seamless” and did not require a reboot.   Read more below on Engadget.

Critical flaw forces Apple to push first automatic OS X security update.

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