Well folks the wait is over — Apple has finally released a fix for Shellshock, another big recent security flaw that’s been in the news here recently, which allowed for any code to be executed by using a careful exploit in the bash command shell. Even though this won’t effect the everyday user, it’s still important to be up to date on the latest security releases for your Mac. The entire download and install process takes up just a mere 3.4 MB, so it should only take a couple minutes to patch the security hole. Depending on which version of Mac OS X you are running, there’s separate downloads for Lion, Mountain Lion, and Mavericks, so you’ll need to pay attention to that as well. For those looking to update, be sure to head on over to the official Apple website here.