Safari is Apple’s Internet browser and it is a good one. It has excellent security provisions built into the software to help protect you from fraudulent websites containing dangerous malware, but like all software there are flaws in it that can be discovered and exploited by hackers and identity thieves. Therefore it is important, as with all of the software and programs that you use, to make sure that you keep your software and programs up to date with the latest security patches, security add ons and security software updates. Apple has recently issued new security patches for Safari and, if you use this Internet browser, it is critical that you download and install these latest security patches. I will continually keep you informed as to the latest security updates you need to use your computers, smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices safely. Make sure that you check Scamicide each day to make sure that you will be protected from these hacking and identity theft threats.
Here is the link to the security updates and patches for Safari as released by the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team which is a part of the Department of Homeland Security: https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/current-activity/2013/10/23/Apple-Releases-Security-Update-Safari-OS-X