Apple today released a second Rapid Security Response (RSR) update for macOS Ventura 13.2 beta, coming almost a month after Apple’s first Rapid Security Response test on the Mac.


macOS Rapid Security Response 13.2 (b) is automatically applied to the Mac on restart and also added to Safari if the Safari app is exited and then reopened.

The initial RSR release for the Mac appeared to be a test that didn’t add any new features, with Apple instead making sure the feature worked before rolling it out for an actual security update. Today’s update is only 13.4MB, suggesting it’s a test again. Rapid Security Response is a feature of iOS 16 and macOS Ventura that will be released as part of these updates.

Apple also previously released “multiple” Rapid Security Responses for iOS 16 in a test feature.

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