Does Google's Street View bother
you? All this fuss about Apple's iPhone, anyway here are some more details.
for Windows is not very secure.
Within hours of Apple's public release of the beta for Safari 3.0 for Windows,
three security researchers independently found holes within the new browser.
Researcher Aviv Raff highlighted in a blog post the company's product statement,
that reads: "Apple's engineers designed Safari to be secure from day one."
Raff found a vulnerability, a memory corruption error that could allow an attacker
to insert malicious code on a Windows machine, within three minutes using publicly
available fuzzing tools.