Apple Patches Safari Autofill Bug

Kara Reeder

According to eWEEK, Apple has patched a bug in Safari just a day before a researcher's presentation about the issue.

 

Among the 15 fixes is one for the Safari Autofill flaw, which WhiteHat Security CTO Jeremiah Grossman discovered could be used by attackers to swipe names, addresses and other information from Safari users. The flaw is featured in a presentation that Grossman will give today at the Black Hat conference.



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