Apple has released not 1 but 2 updates to it's Leopard OS. The 10.5.2 update weighs between a hefty 180MB and a whopping 340MB depending on your configuration. In addition, running Software Update post 10.5.2 shows a Leopard Graphics Update download which apparently 'improves the stability and compatibility of your Mac'.
Apple may be getting ready to stage another one of those mystery press events it has become so fond of recently.
Citing companies that are said to be helping with the setup, both AppleInsider and The Unofficial Apple Weblog are both reporting that the company is planning something for the end of February.
An iPhone hacker has discovered a new way to unlock Apple's iPhone firmware version 1.1.2 without the need to downgrade to a prior firmware revision and then re-upgrade after unlocking the device. The unlock technique relies on a bug that allows hackers to erase the contents of memory within a range of specific addresses, coupled with a second bug that allows users to copy data before validation occurs.
Remote iPhone Denial of Service vulnerability exploit attacks 16GB iPhones (and 32GB Apple iPod Touch)
Buyers of new 16GB iPhones and 32GB iPod Touch devices should beware: Apple shipped these units without patching a remote Denial of Service vulnerability that was first discovered in iPhone firmware v1.1.2.
Apple on Wednesday released QuickTime 7.4.1, a recommended security update for all users of QuickTime 7.0 running Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X 10.4.9 Tiger, Mac OS X 10.3.9 Panther, Windows XP SP2, and Windows Vista.
The software update patches a vulnerability where visiting a malicious website could lead to an unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution.