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Links 1 through 10 of 13 by Tim Jarrett tagged safari

In other news: holy crap, Mobile Safari has a remote code execution vulnerability so big you can update an OS through it.

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Gruber sums up a dynamic that's starting to be reminiscent of "listeners vs. RIAA": "Safari Reader doesn’t kick in by default. It’s invoked by the user. Apple isn’t telling Jim Lynch his site is ugly and hard to read. His readers are. If your website is user-hostile, don’t be surprised when your readers fight back."

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A clean HTML5+JS+CSS way to annotate websites, as a Safari plugin.

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Using scripting additions to inject 32 bit Safari plugin code into the 64 bit Safari process. Code injection as a feature raises my eyebrows a little, but I suppose this is no different from any plugin.

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A sobering, even frightening exploration of vulnerabilities in the way most browsers and OSes interact with proxies can be exploited to pwn an HTTPS session, stealing and altering supposedly secure data. Must read.

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Google's new line of experimental web apps are probably more properly called Modern Javascript Experiments, because they work just fine in Safari 4 beta and Firefox 3. Domtris would be a great game if it weren't for the controls (space should be drop, since Enter is inconveniently situated on a Mac laptop keyboard).

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This is a new product? OMG. OMFG. If Ballmer isn't throwing a chair about this, he's not paying attention to his competition. Safari Mobile doesn't just drink Windows Mobile IE6's milkshake, it slays its cow and burns down its barn.

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Hidden defaults setting that forces links that would open in a new window to open in a new tab instead. Should be default behavior.

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Explaining the XSS vulnerability in Safari's RSS feed reader. Seems to have been a specific problem for the filtering strategy that Apple used to filter feed content.

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