Recently, Apple released loads of security updates to fix 25 vulnerabilities in their Mac OS X operating system. Apple maintained that these fixes have an effect on a variety of parts of the operating system, comprising a few third-party components like the Kerberos authentication technology and the Mac’s AirPort driver software, Help Viewer, and Installer application. The company included in their security advisory that a few of these vulnerabilities are critical enough to let an attacker intercept an unpatched Mac completely. Apple suggests that all users ought to install the update, known as 2007-04, which can be obtained on Apple’s download site. A few of the patches are to fix the problems detected through the Month of Apple Bugs and Month of Kernel Bugs projects.