Whether you’re concerned about the troubling SSL verification bug that was recently discovered on OS X, or whether you just want to FaceTime your friends without having to see their ugly mugs, Apple’s newly released OS X 10.9.2 update is for you.
Included in the update is the aforementioned SSL security fix, along with some other minor improvements. These include the addition of FaceTime audio calls, FaceTime call waiting, and the option to block users on iMessage.
Check the image below for a more complete list of fixes:
Apple’s security fix for OS X comes off the heels of the same security fix for iOS users that was addressed in the recent iOS 7.0.6 update.