Apple releases another security update for Safari

Apple has released patches for six vulnerabilities in its Safari web browser for Mac and Windows, just a month after the last...

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.

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.

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