Posts tagged as: Leopard

VMware Walks Back Supporting Pre-Lion OSes in Fusion

VMware will soon reverse an important change introduced with Fusion 4.1, according to an official blog post. Undocumented in the update was the ability to run virtualized copies of the Leopard and Snow Leopard clients. Apple’s licensing normally restricts virtualization to Lion, Leopard Server and Snow Leopard Server. “When the license verification step was added […]

Fusion 4.1 Enables Virtual Leopard, Snow Leopard on Mac

VMware’s Fusion 4.1 update has made an important, undocumented change, users have discovered. The software will now run virtualized Leopard and Snow Leopard clients, something that was previously blocked. The only requirement is that a user click “Continue” to assert that they have a license to run either OS on their system. Beginning with Lion, […]

Apple Updates QuickTime to Version 7.7 For Windows and OS X 10.5

For security reasons, Apple has updated the Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5) and Windows (XP SP2​ and later) versions of QuickTime to version 7.7, addressing 13 security issues. The update is not available to Macs running OS X 10.6 or later, as the security fixes in this update have already been addressed in OS X […]

Apple Post Java Updates For OS 10.6.x and 10.6.x

Apple has posted two new Mac OS X Java updates. The first, Java for Mac OS X 10.6 Update 4, upgrades Java SE 6 in Snow Leopard to v1.6.0_24. Apple is vague on details, but does mention that the release improves “compatibility, security, and reliability.” Security-wise it copes with “multiple vulnerabilities,” the most dangerous of […]

MS Releases Windows Phone 7 Sync App for Macs

Microsoft has released a native app for Mac users who need to  sync Windows Phone 7 devices.  Windows Phone Connector for Mac’s beta pulls in unprotected music, photos and podcasts from both iTunes and iPhoto. It also uses Microsoft’s Autoupdate feature to check for and load firmware upgrades over USB instead of having to go […]

Leopard, Snow Leopard Security Updates

Apple has released a new security update, 2010-005. Four versions of the file are available, directed at the regular and Server editions of Leopard and Snow Leopard. Several vulnerabilities are fixed including ones with maliciously crafted fonts and PDF files, as well as remote attacks linked to the Samba cross-platform networking protocol. Changes unique to […]

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