Safari Holes

Apple Safari Flaw from 2008 Still Open

After more than two years, Apple’s Safari browser for Macs remains
vulnerable to attacks that allow websites to litter a user’s hard drive
with thousands of malicious files. The “carpet bomb” vulnerability was publicly disclosed in May 2008 after members of Apple’s security team said they didn’t consider the quirk a security issue. Read the full article. [The Register]

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