Apple has finally prepared a fix for that OS X security flaw that lets anyone with "privileged access" to your network connection get information from you.
An Apple spokesperson has confirmed that the 10.9.2 update addresses SSL in OS X Mountain Lion and OS X Mavericks.
The iOS and OS X security flaw leaves information protected by an SSL/TLS security layer open to peeping eyes. You might see that little lock in your browser search bar closed, though that doesn't mean that the connection between your browser and an external server is actually secure.
The problem was fixed on iOS devices with version 7.0.6. Now Apple has a fix for OS X machines too.
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