The company famed for the world’s second most insecure operating system (Ok, a long way behind Windows) released a whopping 43 security fixes for its software last week. This was mostly to do with holes in the Quicktime media player, with some of the holes being cross-platform just to add a nice twist.

That’s a heavy list of vulnerabilities, and will take up valuable time to download that could be better spent just hanging out and being “cool”. Not fixing them would have been worse, however, even if it would have preserved the smug expression on the faces of Apple’s fundamentalists.

It’s probably dawned on even the most hardcore Apple user that being in second place to Windows in terms of security holes is like being the second most attacked country in a world war.