FORTUNE — For all the fuss stirred up by the press and the cybersecurity community, we’ll probably never know what kinds of secrets — if any — flowed through the security hole in the operating systems of millions of Macs between Friday, when the fact of its existence was inadvertently revealed, and Tuesday afternoon, when it was nailed shut with the release of the latest version of OS X Mavericks.
Apple (AAPL) was as tightlipped as usual. The fix was slipped into OS X 10.9.2, a previously scheduled software update that offered users a long list of improvements (see below) but made no mention of the famous “goto fail” bug.
Reporters were alerted only that the “recent SSL issue” had been addressed.
Below: Apple’s OS X 10.9.2 Release Notes.