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Apple fixes Safari, but update uncertain

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There’s a nasty bug in Safari 15 (and WebKit, its underlying technology) that can reveal your recent browsing history and even your identity.
Apple quickly prepared a fix for the bug, according to a WebKit commit on GitHub, but there’s no timeline for when the fix will be rolled out. It could be a while.
Meanwhile, since the bug is in WebKit, it also affects third-party browsers like Chrome and Firefox on iOS. (Apple requires all iPhone and iPad browsers to use WebKit.)
The good news is that it doesn’t affect iOS 14 or iPadOS 14, so if you haven’t yet upgraded – don’t!
– Leander Kahney, EIC.

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One more thing ...
“Inventory is not a good thing. Inventory ties up a ton of cash, it’s open to vandalism, it becomes obsolete. It takes a tremendous amount of time to manage.” – Steve Jobs
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