a new exploit of safari always maliciously code to lock up you iphone or ipod touch or cause safari to crash in mac/pc. Unlike an earlier exploit that required users to click to become infected, the new code published by iPhoneWorld requires no user interaction. so far apple has had no comment.
The code was first reported in January and exhausts the memory in Safari, which in turn will cause your iPhone or iPod Touch to freeze, or your desktop Safari to crash."Given the nature of this issue," said the BugTraq newsgroup vulnerability report, "remote code execution may also be possible, but this has not been confirmed."
1. Under Edit, click Preferences.
2. Click the Security icon.
4. Close and restart Safari.
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