CNET reports that Apple issued updates on Tuesday for 26 security flaws on the OS X operating system. Several of these flaws affect the way OS X handles images and file-sharing abilities of the software. These vulnerabilities could enable a variety of attacks and security risks. Apple credits the work of researchers for finding the flaws. Some of the contributing researchers include Google and Mozilla employees, as well as Tom Ferris, a freelance security researcher who has disclosed information on Apple in the past. This update also increases the security of the passkey used for pairing Bluetooth-enabled devices with Apple machines…