Apple Releases Security Update 2009-004 for Leopard and Tiger

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Apple today released Security Update 2009-004 for both Mac OS X Leopard and Tiger via Software Update and Apple's downloads page. The release comes just one week after the release of Mac OS X 10.5.8 and Tiger Security Update 2009-003.

- Security Update 2009-004 (Leopard) (166 MB)

- Security Update 2009-004 (Tiger Intel) (166 MB)
- Security Update 2009-004 (Tiger PPC) (130 MB)
- Security Update 2009-004 (Server Tiger Universal) (204 MB)
- Security Update 2009-004 (Server Tiger PPC) (130.97 MB)

According to the associated security support document, the update addresses a vulnerability in the BIND suite of Unix utilities that works with the Domain Name System (DNS). There is reportedly a public exploit of the vulnerability in "wide circulation" at this time.

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