Posted by: Leigha
Application Security, Information Security Threats, Security Management
A couple of notable security fixes to flag this morning:
First, Apple has patched the Safari Web browser flaw that famously earned a researcher $10,000 at the CanSecWest conference last month. Independent Security Evaluators researcher Charlie Miller used the vulnerability to compromise a MacBook Air laptop. The flaw is rooted in the WebKit open-source HTML rendering engine Safari and several other Mac OS X programs use.