News.com reports that on Wednesday, March 2, 2006, Apple released a security update for Mac OS X that fixes 20 vulnerabilities, including high-profile browser and email flaws that were disclosed last week. The security flaws could potentially allow a hacker to gain control of a computer running the operating system software. The software affected are Mac's Safari web browser and the Apple mail client......

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