Just days after releasing a security update, Apple has posted a new update to fix a number of problems with it.

Security Update 2004-09-07 version 1.1 fixes a number of issues caused by installing the first update, which was posted by Apple last Tuesday. These issues include the correction of the path to the configuration directory, and, for Safari 10.3.5 users, the Safari version number is changed to provide compatibility with Web sites that use an old version-checking mechanism.

The update should be installed by anyone who installed the first version, says Apple.

The original security update included CoreFoundation, IPSec, Kerberos, libpcap, lukemftpd, NetworkConfig, OpenLDAP, OpenSSH, PPPDialer, rsync, Safari and tcpdump components.