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Safari bug is leaking users’ browsing history — but a fix is on the way

20/01/2022

If you use an Apple device, chances are that Safari is your default browser. If that’s the case, you’ll want to avoid using Safari for a bit because a bug in the app could leak your entire browsing history. Last week,  the team behind  FingerprintJS, a browser fingerprinting library, wrote a blog post about a...
If you use an Apple device, chances are that Safari is your default browser. If that’s the case, you’ll want to avoid using Safari for a bit because a bug in the app could leak your entire history. Last week,  the team behind  FingerprintJS, a browser fingerprinting library, wrote a blog post about a vulnerability in Safari 15 that gives away your browser history. By exploiting this bug, an attacker can learn about what websites you’re visiting, and even see your Google ID for services like YouTube, Google Calendar, and Google Keep. You can read more about it here.…This story continues at The Next Web
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