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Snow Leopard News

1 in 5 Macs now wide open to malware attacks

Much like Windows XP users who refuse to upgrade, any holdover Mac users who are still clinging to OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard should really think about making the switch soon. ComputerWorld notices >>

Apple releases removal tool for ‘Flashback’ malware

Apple on Thursday released Java update for OS X that removes a number of common variants of the Flashback trojan virus. Discovered last week to have infected more than 600,000 Mac computers, Flashback >>

Mac App Store serves over 1 million downloads in first day

Amidst some controversy, Apple announced Friday that its newly launched Mac App Store topped 1 million downloads on opening day. Apple launched the Mac App Store on Thursday as a central location for developers >>

Safari 5 to debut at WWDC?

According to French blog MacGeneration, Apple will unveil Safari 5 during Monday’s WWDC 2010 keynote. Not much is known about Safari 5, but according to a changelog that MacGeneration was able to get >>

Mac OS 10.6.3 now available

Mac owners, get ready — it’s update time again and Apple has obliged by rolling out OS 10.6.3 for your updating pleasure. The freshly released update includes a long list of bug fixes and >>

Mac OS X 10.6.2 released

Attention Mac users: Drop whatever it is you’re doing and run Software Update, because OS X 10.6.2 has been released by Apple. Coming in at a rather large 499.9MB, the update contains a >>

Reports: Snow Leopard randomly deleting user data

This bug report has some serious teeth. Apple’s discussion boards have a growing number of reports claiming that user home folders are being automatically deleted when utilizing Snow Leopard 10.6’s “Guest” account login >>