Trailrunner7 writes Apple has finally released a patch for the issue of certificates of trust caused by the attack on DigiNotar, more than a week after the false certificates were identified and the other browser vendors moved to revoke the trust them. While Microsoft, Mozilla and Google have been communicating with users on the issue and pushing new versions and updates to remove the compromised certificate authorities from their browser, Apple has been silent about the attack and gave no indication when he might issue an update for Safari. On Friday the company issued a security advisory for users of Mac OS X, saying it was the removal of certificates DigiNotar of its trust list.
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