Apple closes 16 (sixteen) security holes in Safari 4

    Apple has released a service update for Safari 4.0.5, which aims to fix the huge number of security holes in this browser.

    Since the previous update in November, Safari has detected and closed 16 (sixteen) vulnerabilities of various types: from compromising user data to remote execution of arbitrary code.

    The previous service update covered a significantly smaller number of holes: only six.

    You can get acquainted with information about closed holes on the official page .

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