When Apple has released previous security patches, it has done so
through its regular software update system, which typically
requires user intervention.
The company decided to deliver the NTP bug fixes with its
technology for automatically pushing out security updates, which
Apple introduced two years ago but had never previously used,
because it wanted to protect customers as quickly as possible due
to the severity of the vulnerabilities, Evans said.
“The update is seamless,” he said. “It doesn’t even require a
Apple does not know of any cases where vulnerable Mac computers
were targeted by hackers looking to exploit the bugs, he added.
This would have raised an uproar a decade ago, but times have changed. Worked seamlessly from what I’ve seen.