For those of you rocking a Mac, Apple on Monday released a software update for Mac OS X Snow Leopard bringing the current version to 10.6.3.
The latest update plugs a whole bunch of security holes, addressing everything from improved validation of MPEG encoded movie files to preventing remote attackers from extracting information from Open Directory, as well as a little love for more secure Wi-Fi. There are 69 security related updates in all, of which you can view here.
Version 10.6.3 also includes several stability and compatibility enhancements, some of which include:
address compatibility issues with OpenGL-based applications
address a color issue in iMovie with HD content
improve the reliability of 3rd party USB input devices
improve printing reliability
Apple also took a step towards better error reporting. In addition to the Crash Reporter state data, updated Macs will also include recent system loga information as well as details about the apps and hardware devices installed.