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Serious ‘Goto Fail’ Flaw Gets OS X Patch: Here’s How to Update

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Feb
2014

Apples serious security flaw in its SSL/TLS connections has now been patched on OS X, as part of the OS X 10.9.2 update released today (Feb. 25). The flaw, nicknamed goto fail after a repeated line in its code, undermines affected devices ability to create secure Internet connections using the common protocols SSL and TLS. The flaw was also present in Apple TVs, but has already been patched.

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