Security flaw spotted in Safari
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Tuesday, 17 December 2013 21:26

Security flaw spotted in Safari

Kaspersky Lab experts noticed a security flaw related to Apple's Safari browser, or to be more precise, its storage of passwords and user ID information.

broken-lockAs I was wandering the internet today and looking for something interesting to write about I stumbled upon an article that made me laugh a little. The article was talking about the Flame virus and how the methods used to crack open Microsoft’s certificates (called a collision) is a big issue. Now do not get me wrong, the entire Flame malware was a big deal and not just the ability to spoof Microsoft’s certificates to make the code seem legitimate.