Digital security firm @Stake has criticized Apple for not adequately labeling the seriousness of the security flaws described in its advisories, reports CNET Five Mac OS X vulnerabilities were released Monday that affect various components of the operating system. The firm said the greatest threat is a buffer overflow in the Apple file-sharing system that could allow a remote attacker to take over control of the system. But Apple described it as a correction “to improve the handling of long passwords.”