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After Apple's emergency patching of the Safari browser for Windows, many breathed a little easier knowing that some severe flaws had been addressed. Now, just a few days later, another vulnerability has has popped up. This time it is another URL spoofing flaw, giving an attacker the ability to change the URL in the address bar or change content in the browser window.
This isn't as severe as some of the flaws fixed last week, though with Apple's supposed one-million plus new users it certainly isn't good news. No comment from Apple yet, but I wouldn't be surprised to see another patch be released this week.