A recent update detected almost every executable file as malware.
The company now says it will release free patches for Illustrator, Photoshop and Flash Professional.
Jumbo patch set fixes "Sons of Duqu" vulnerabilities across the Microsoft code base.
The vulnerability was first noted soon after Apple's latest OS X update was released.
The company says the new version improves both scanning performance and malware detection rates.
Eugene Kaspersky says Apple has a lot of catching up to do.
Attackers are taking advantage of high-severity and unpatched vulnerabilities, according to HP's Top Cyber Security Risks Report.
The security firm says the number of infected computers is now down to 140,000.
Apple is taking steps to address the Java vulnerabilities behind the Flashback Trojan outbreak. But Java isn't the only attack vector for OS X -- and Apple users can no longer cling to the belief that Macs are virtually immune to malware.