Apple has released patches for six vulnerabilities in its Safari web browser for Mac and Windows, just a month after the last update.
The Safari 4.0.3 security update fixes six flaws in the Windows XP and Vista edition and four in the Mac OS X edition.
Three of the vulnerabilities were in the WebKit browser engine that could lead to computer hijacking, the disclosure of sensitive information and redirection to fake websites.
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The update can be downloaded from Apple's site or by running Software Update on the Mac and the bundled Apple Software Update on Windows.