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  • Address spoofing Safari bug opens door for phishing attacks

    19.05.2015

    Hacker David Leo has released a PoC exploit for a Safari vulnerability that can be misused to trick users into thinking they are on one site while they are actually on another - a boon for phishers.

  • Apple patches Safari arbitrary code execution vulnerabilities

    15.08.2014

    Apple released new versions of their Safari browser - 6.1.6 and 7.0.6 - in which they fixed multiple memory corruption problems in Webkit.

  • Safari to include privacy-protecting search engine

    04.06.2014

    Apple announced the inclusion of DuckDuckGo, the search engine that doesn't track its users, in the future versions of Safari on iOS and OS X.

  • Apple releases Safari 7.0.3, fixes security

    02.04.2014

    Apple updated Safari for Mavericks to version 7.0.3, while fixing security and adding compatibility and stability improvements.

  • Comparative analysis of browser security

    01.04.2014

    NSS Labs released the results and analysis from its latest Browser Security Comparative Analysis Report which evaluated the ability of eight leading browsers - Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Kingsoft Liebao, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Qihoo 360 Safe Browser, and Sogou Explorer – to block against socially engineered malware (SEM).




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Keeping passwords safe from cracking

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