OS X Server v2.2.2 Security Update

Apple have released updates to their OS X Server. Some of the updates for the applications below fixes issues which may lead to arbitrary code execution, so it’s important to update as soon as possible through Software Update.
Wiki Server

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Apple Security Updates for OS X Mountain Lion and Safari

APPLE-SA-2013-09-12-1 OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.5 and Security Update

OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.5 and Security Update 2013-004 is now available, and it’s recommended to update as soon as possible!
This update solves multiple critical security issues such as cross-site scripting, Denial of Service and Arbitrary code execution for multiple applications.

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OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.4 Security update

Apple have released their latest update for OS X, 10.8.4, which contains the following security updates:

SMB (Write files outside shared directory)
Ruby (Arbitrary Code Execution)
QuickTime (Arbitrary Code Execution)
QuickDraw Manager (Arbitrary Code Execution)
OpenSSL (DoS, decrypting your SSL traffic, and private key disclosure)
Disk Management (a local user can disable file vault)
Directory Service (Arbitrary Code Execution)
CUPS (Read/Write arbitary files with system privileges)
CoreMedia Playback (Arbitrary Code Execution)
CoreAnimation (visiting a webpage can cause Arbitrary Code Execution)

Along with this, a lot of security issues for Safari has been addressed such as being able to log in to previously accessed sites even if Private Browsing was used.

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Apple OS X – Java 2013-003 1.0 and Safari 6.0.4

Apple have released updates for Java and Safari. These are security updates, so users are advised to update as soon as possible by going to “Software Update”.

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