Google Details Security Flaws in Apple’s Safari Browser


Google has a special team who are constantly working on the security side of the users. The company has found security flaws in Apple’s Safari web browser. The team has found a tracking feature that lets the website tracks users’ behavior without their consent.

Apple’s Safari browser has a special Intelligent Tracking Prevention feature. Google has said that they will soon release the security flaws found on Safari web browser. Financial Times have shared all the information about the vulnerabilities found in the Safari web browser.

If we recall the history, Google has found the major security flaw in the Safari web browser in the last month during the Summer season. The company has shared things with Apple in the past August month. The researcher team had found five different types of attacks through the web to the users.

Apple has their own Intelligent Tracking Prevention tool which was launched in the year 2017 to stop the websites from tracking user’s web behavior. It’s a privacy-focused tool that lets you prevent websites from tracking things without user’s consent.

Websites can track your web histories, how much time do you spend on the Internet and many other activities without your knowledge. They can use the data collected from you for a variety of purposes.

This is indeed a major security flaw which the team at Google has found recently on Apple’s service i.e. Safari web browser. Google has further said that they have already worked with major companies of the world and discusses security flaws of different types to safeguard the activities of the users done on the web platform.

Apple has completely declined to comment on the new vulnerabilities found by Google’s Researchers Team. They have further added that they have already made changes asked by Google in the December month. All the security related issues have been fixed by them.

But what we believe is the same team has found a few other tracking-related security flaws recently. Google will soon present papers to the Apple’s official team for the same. We will get to learn more about these security flaws in the coming days.

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