Crashing browsers… this time Safari…

I take it Apple didn’t want to be outdone by Microsoft in the crashing browser issues?

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Security Update 2007-009 v1.1

Security Update 2007-009 v1.1 is now available for Mac OS X v10.5.1
and Mac OS X v10.4.11.  It addresses an issue introduced in Security
Update 2007-009 that causes an unexpected termination of the Safari
application when browsing to certain web sites.

There is no change to the security content provided in Security
Update 2007-009.  The security content of Security Update 2007-009
and Security Update 2007-009 v1.1 is available via

Security Update 2007-009 v1.1 will install over Security Update
2007-009, and its installation is recommended to correct the Safari

Systems that have not yet installed Security Update 2007-009 only
need to install Security Update 2007-009 v1.1.

Security Update 2007-009 v1.1 may be obtained from the
Software Update pane in System Preferences,
or Apple’s Software Downloads web site:

For Mac OS X v10.5.1
The download file is named:  “SecUpd2007-009.dmg”
Its SHA-1 digest is: 0ba35ef30a525792f1d4015395997b42f524dd38

For Mac OS X v10.4.11 (Universal)
The download file is named:  “SecUpd2007-009Univ.dmg”
Its SHA-1 digest is: 49f52d4f647ea4a1fabef34cccac263bfd03791a

For Mac OS X v10.4.11 (PPC)
The download file is named:  “SecUpd2007-009Ti.dmg”
Its SHA-1 digest is: d1c5c4bc23267dd846bb96e7be69b084579c1bba

Information will also be posted to the Apple Security Updates
web site:

One Thought on “Crashing browsers… this time Safari…

  1. Stephen on January 29, 2008 at 4:52 pm said:

    The Apple auto update knocked out Safari for me on my G4 OS X.4.11. Safari would launch but not connect. (wouldn’t say crash). I have since installed SecUpd2007-009Ti.dmg and there is absolutely no difference with Safari. Using Firefox instead.

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