Apple today released version 2.2 of Xsan, its 64-bit cluster file system specifically designed for small and large computing environments.
The problem fixed in Xsan 2.2 was related to possible password compromise.
Screensharing via the Xsan Admin application could present an error dialog containing the user’s name and password. A person who can view the user’s display could see the user’s credentials in cleartext. The issue is addressed by not embedding credentials in the connection URL.
Xsan 2.2 is available for download here.