Apple Re-Releases Security Update 2007-009 (v1.1)

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Apple has updated Security Update 2007-009 to v1.1, available in 10.4.11 PPC and Universal and 10.5.1 Universal flavors.

According to Apple's documentation, the new version does not affect the security content of the original update, but addresses an issue that may cause Safari to unexpectedly quit when browsing to certain websites.

Apple initially released Security Update 2007-009 earlier this week, which included a host of security updates for both 10.4.11 and 10.5.1.

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ltldrummerboy

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I don't use Safari, so I would know. All I know is that I had to install a security update again. But no biggy.
 

Sceneshifter

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bah the thread where I announce it gets locked because 'this was old news', where as it was a brand new update!
 

Telp

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Feb 6, 2007
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Hasn't showed up for me yet.

Edit:Someone already did it for me =].
 

knockknock

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No wonder safari was quitting all the time . Well at least they fix it within the week I installed the update.
 

fandsw

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...at least this one installed smoothly on mine, the one from a week ago caused my MP to lock up needing a hard reboot.
 

BTW

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No wonder safari was quitting all the time . Well at least they fix it within the week I installed the update.
I didn't have any problems but I do appreciate the update anyway. I suffered the MacBook keyboard issue and was glad they fixed that quickly.

Besides bug fixes I'd like to see some feature re-works and augments. Maybe I'm just an Outlook freak but I'd like to see some integration between Mail and iCal. Why can't I just open Mail and view a calendar on the left to see what events are coming up? If I'm curious then clicking on the date should open iCal.
 

kaiwai

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Oct 21, 2007
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Read: Makes Safari snappier :cool:
What's so snappyless about Safari? I mean, all due respect, screw snappy - get the damn thing working properly with Google services - such as when I copy and past something into the text area of my posting box, it appears at the bottom of the page. Why can't basic things like that be fixed?

Grrr, it really does piss me off when Apple does very little to actually address incompatibility issues with very common websites.
 

thats nice

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Nov 9, 2006
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Good to see, i've had a couple of crashes, nothing crazy but i just put it down to me having 10+ tabs open at once. Guess it wasn't me for a change. :)
 

jonhaxor

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Grrr, it really does piss me off when Apple does very little to actually address incompatibility issues with very common websites.
but is that a browser problem? or a website application problem? .. then how does one define common websites?
 

Darkroom

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What's so snappyless about Safari? I mean, all due respect, screw snappy - get the damn thing working properly with Google services - such as when I copy and past something into the text area of my posting box, it appears at the bottom of the page. Why can't basic things like that be fixed?

Grrr, it really does piss me off when Apple does very little to actually address incompatibility issues with very common websites.
it will all work better soon... how long did it take to integrate gmail talk with gmail thru safari? now that that's working there are other issues with gmail... but it's not exactly apple's responsibility here. as all webdesigners know it's their responsibility to have their code work flawlessly in common browsers... this is something that google needs to fix, and i'm sure they've been working on it.
 

jonhaxor

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Jan 1, 2007
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Its a Google site!

It works on Camino, works on Firefox - why doesn't it work nicely on Safari?
it's typically lower on the developer priority list since firefox and IE tend to make up about 90% of the browser user-agent strings .. bugs and feature/functionality tends to get addressed a little slower - file a bug with google to raise awareness
 

sdcacevedo

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Jan 11, 2006
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its funny how Safari 2 quits unexpectedly when accessing apple.com/retail

and that includes safari on the iphone.. try it..
 

aaron.lee2006

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Good, the last update wouldn't install for me. Couldn't verify package content. Hopefully this one works. Restarting now, I'll post back.

EDIT: Worked fine this time :)
 
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