Intego, a Macintosh security software company, has announced that its software is fully compatible with the new Mac OS X 10.5
Leopard operating system from computer company Apple, due to be released on 26 October 2007.
- Mac OS X 10.5
Leopard, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard and Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
Apple and Mac clone maker Psystar traded barbs last week in federal court as they simultaneously asked a judge to end the case that began more than 15 months ago.<p>Florida-based Psystar took the unusual step of conceding to an injunction, saying that it would agree to stop using Mac OS X 10.5
, aka Leopard, on the machines it sells.<p>The two companies have been battling since July 2008, when Apple sued Psystar over the latter's practice of installing Apple's Mac OS X operating system on generic Intel-based computers.<p>Last week, lawyers for Apple and Psystar submitted motions for summary judgment to U.S.
Clone2Go Video Converter for Mac (http://www.clone2go.com/products/mac-video-converter.php) is fully compatible with Intel based Mac OS X 10.5
Leopard, 10.6 Snow Leopard and 10.7 Lion.
At the same time that Apple released Mac OS X 10.5
.8, the company also dropped four security updates for users of OS X 10.4.
Apple patched 18 vulnerabilities in Mac OS X, including half a dozen that could let hackers hijack machines by duping users into viewing malicious image files on the Web.<p>Security Update 2009-003, which was distributed along with Mac OS X 10.5
.8 for Leopard users and delivered separately to Tiger users, plugged holes in components ranging from ColorSync and Dock to the kernel and MobileMe, Apple's for-pay sync and storage service.<p>But it was the six vulnerabilities in various image file formats that caught the eye of Andrew Storms, director of security operations at nCircle Network Security.<p>"The PNG [Portable Network Graphics] bug is the most interesting," said Storms of the half-dozen image file flaws.
iMedia Converter Deluxe for Mac 1.5.0 is specifically designed for Mac OS X 10.5
, 10.6 or 10.7 (Lion).