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Safari Targeted At Pwn2Own

Apple’s Safari Browser has been recently unveiled as buggy and not very secure as new research shows that the browser isn’t secure after several new exploits were shown off at Pwn2Own – A well known event for hackers and security researchers.

0day Exploits Unveiled

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Apple is yet to address these issues and possibly later patch them in their newest macOS 10.13.x update or to bundle it with macOS 10.14 rumored to come out in June at WWDC 2018.

Two exploits were shown off during the session, allowing the hacker to access beyond Safari and track sensitive data from the unsuspecting user.

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