Security bug fixes continue: Apple has released updates for macave Mojave and Catalina
Apple has not spared to update its operating systems in recent days. After Monday's release of a few pieces and yesterday's release of new versions of macOS Big Sur and iPadOS, it also released updates for older versions of macOS a few hours ago – specifically for Mojave and Catalina. And as you probably already know, the reason for the release is nothing more than trying to maintain maximum security with these systems.
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According to the available information, the new updates for Mojave and Catalina fix more than 20 security bugs, which revolved, for example, around the possibility of running any malicious code remotely and so on. Although the abuse of virtually all of these bugs was extremely difficult, it was not impossible, which is why Apple has now decided to fix them. After all, its systems have long been considered one of the safest for ordinary users, and leaving security cracks in them, which would also be known, would certainly not be reasonable from this point of view.
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By default, you update to the latest versions of Mojave and Catalina via System Preferences – Software Update.