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OS 10.5 - Security Update 2008-008 (Client Intel)


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Hi guys!

Yesterday i saw that 10.5.6 was released and ran software update. It downloaded 190mb, installed it and everything went ok. But i noticed that also yesterday a security update was released (2008-008) but didnt show on software update.

Even after 10.5.6 installed it dowsnt show this security update.

Do i need to install it manually?
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No.

This content is incorporated into the 10.5.6 update. You would only install that if you are not upgrading to 10.5.6.

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