updated 06:15 pm EDT, Tue May 12, 2009
Apple security updates
Following the availability of Mac OS X 10.5.7, Apple on Tuesday released updates for Safari, Mac OS X Tiger systems and OS X 10.5.7 Server. Safari 3.2.3 is recommended for all Safari users, providing fixes for a number of security vulnerabilities. The downloads are available for Tiger, Leopard and Windows operating systems, with file sizes ranging from 20MB to 40MB.
Security Update 2009-002 is recommended for all users of Mac OS X Tiger for Intel, PPC and Server systems. Few details are available, but the updates include a combination of new security improvements and previous updates.
The company has also released updates for Mac OS X Server 10.5.7. The software offers general enhancements, along with new options to promote Open Directory replicas to master. Offline login has been added for Portable Home Directories with FileVault, while client management supports hardware UUID and group access lists are available for managed clients.