Apple released Safari 7.0.4 and 6.1.4 for OS X to fix security


safariApple released a new version of Safari for OS X Mavericks, OS X Mountain Lion and OS X Lion. Browser Safari 7.0.3 update and 6.1.4 pre-installed on Macs, aimed for improving safety.

Safari 7.0.3/6.1.4 closed a vulnerability that allows malicious websites to perform unsigned code and forcibly close programs on the Mac. In Apple said that in order to protect the company does not disclose information about the security issue until a full investigation has corresponding problems and will not be published any necessary corrections and issues . Some aspects of the above-mentioned vulnerabilities can be found at

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In the previous version , Safari 7.0.3 added support for web pages with common top-level domains and the ability to turn off the requests to receive push- notifications from websites. The update also fixed a bug causing loading Web pages , improved auto-complete function of credit cards with web sites. In addition, the new version of Safari has been fixed a bug that could block receipt of push- notifications from websites .

New versions of Safari are recommended for all users Mavericks, Mountain Lion and Lion. Assembly is available on the company’s official website and via the automatic update Apple Software Update.

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