Apple ships first Leopard security update in nearly a year
Apple on Monday issued its first security-related update for OS X 10.5, or Leopard, in nearly a year, to disable long-outdated versions of Adobe's Flash Player.
Security Update 2012-003 does not patch any known vulnerabilities, but is instead a Leopard-specific version of what Apple released last week for OS X 10.6, or Snow Leopard, and the newer OS X 10.7, better known as Lion.
Like those updates, 2012-003 for Leopard removes versions of Flash Player older than 10.1.102.64. Adobe issued that edition of Flash in November 2010. It was also the final version Apple delivered to its customers before it stopped maintaining Flash. Monday's update will not be installed on PowerPC-equipped Macs running Leopard.
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