Safari Autofill Security Hole Found

If you happen to use Apple’s Safari web browser and the auto-fill feature, you’ll want to pay attention to this one as an exploit has surfaced. Recently, a flaw has been identified that allows malicious websites to exploit this feature in order to gain access to a Mac users address book card. Through this, a website can gain access to personal information like the first and last name, email addresses, work place as well as city/state.


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