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On the first day of Pwn2Own 2017 hackers poked holes in Adobe Reader, Apple Safari, Microsoft Edge, and Ubuntu Linux.
Apple on Monday rolled out dozens of patches including ones for its recently released Sierra operating system, OS X, iOS 10.1, watchOS, and Apple TV’s tvOS, along with fixes for Safari.
Similar to what Mozilla did in its Firefox browser earlier this year, Apple has elected to block old, out-of-date versions of Adobe’s Flash Player product in Safari in hopes of getting users to update their systems.
Search giant Google is in negotiations with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over the size of a fine it will pay. This, after the company was found in breach of privacy controls in Apple’s Safari browser earlier this year.
Google and several other advertising companies have allegedly been evading the privacy controls of Apple’s Safari browser by placing a special kind of tracking code on a handful of sites, according to new research done by Stanford grad student Jonathan Mayer.
A zero-day vulnerability in Apple’s Safari browser could expose millions of Windows users to drive-by download malware attacks. The flaw is currently unpatched.
Over the last two weeks, security researchers have reported eight different zero-day vulnerabilities in Apple’s Safari browser.Details of these vulnerabilities, all rated “high risk,” have been sold to Tippingpoint’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI), a program that purchases the rights to vulnerability information in exchange for exclusivity to broker fixes with affected vendors.
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