It says it in the latest version.I've never heard this. Ive been using it with only one issue. My banking site throws a back button browser error, other than that no issues.
I assume it means that when you turn UAFaker on or off it will kill the process "MobileSafari" if it is running (as indeed it appears to do--try using the SBSettings toggle with MobileSafari open). "Kill" is a technical term for ending a process immediately (as opposed to "terminate," which usually implies that the process is asked to end itself, and which allows the process time to clean up loose ends and close files neatly).What's up with the statement for this app that it will kill safari?