IOS 17 update coming today!

Now that iOS 17.3 is out, some added protection can be enabled…

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Sonoma OS 14.4 is now available


Safari 17.4 for macOS Ventura & Monterey
About the security content of Safari 17.4 lists 6 CVEs fixed.
(Safari updates sometimes break 3rd party extensions. Check with the provider for updates).
There’s also an article on WebKit Features in Safari 17.4.
Check feedback in Apple’s Safari forum, macOS Ventura & macOS Monterey forums.)
macOS Sonoma 14.4 Update
Security fixes in macOS Sonoma 14.4 lists 68 CVEs, 2 that
“Apple is aware of a report that this issue may have been exploited.”
Info from what’s new in the updates for macOS Sonoma for version 14.4:.

"macOS Sonoma 14.4 introduces new emoji as well as other features, bug fixes, and security updates for your Mac.

This update also includes the following improvements and bug fixes:

  • Podcasts Episode text can be read in full, searched for a word or phrase, clicked to play from a specific point and used with accessibility features such as Text Size, Increase Contrast, and VoiceOver.

  • Business Updates in Messages for Business let you get updates that you’ve opted into, like order status, flight notifications, fraud alerts or other transactions from trusted businesses.

  • Safari Favorites Bar adds an option to show only icons for websites."
    And info on what’s new for enterprise in macOS Sonoma for version 14.4:

  • MDM can now enforce FileVault for standard users at Setup Assistant.
  • MDM can now report on the battery health of Mac computers with Apple silicon.
  • Users are no longer prompted a second time for certificate trust after joining an 802.1X network during Setup Assistant.
  • Installing a software update declaration now overwrites previously installed declarations for the same OS version.
  • Registration for Platform SSO is now performed without user interaction after creating a new user at login.
  • Resolved an issue where installation of device-assigned apps may not use an available content caching service.
  • Values set in sysctl.conf are correctly applied for Mac computers with Apple silicon.
  • Resolved an issue where viewing a shared screen from Apple Remote Desktop failed.

(You can check feedback in Apple’s macOS Sonoma discussion forum.)

And here’s another! iOS, tvOS… WatchOS as well…

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