Apple has released a new update to macOS Big Sur. The new version is 11.2.3 and it focuses entirely on bug fixes and resolving vulnerabilities in the operating system.
The most important news is that macOS 11.2.3 fixes a serious vulnerability in WebKit. It’s the rendering engine in Safari and a bug there enables specially crafted websites to run malicious code on your Mac.
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And that’s actually all that Apple chooses to reveal about version 11.2.3. There are no other notes to the change log for the update.
The update was released ten days after macOS 11.2.2 was released with a major bug fix for newer Macs that could be damaged by some USB-C hubs.
To install the update, go to System Preferences> Software Update. Download the update and restart your computer when the process prompts you to do so. It only takes a few minutes.