With all the Flash Player and Java zero-day vulnerabilities lately getting exploited in attacks, browser vendors are trying to come up with solutions to protect their users without antagonizing them with lengthy hoop-jumping.
Apple issued a patch for Safari, fixing 83 vulnerabilities, 72 of which were rated critical.
Once again, Google has been caught doing something that it shouldn't be doing: using code in their ads to intentionally bypass the privacy settings of Safari users in order to track their browsing behavior.
Safari 5.1 includes improvements to performance, stability, and security.
Safari is the latest of the top four most popular browsers to receive a do-not-track privacy tool.
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