Mac Update Fixes Safari Bug That Leaks User Data

The Mac update had been criticized because of the point that they had been able to fix the Safari bug that had been bugging the hell out of people. That pun was not intended guys. The releases are MacOS Monterey 12.2 and iOS 15.3. They can be the ones that are really good. The official release is supposed to be next week.

The current content is available on GitHub, though, so the people who want to take a look at the problem fixing update can take a look at them. What was the issue that needed to be solved immediately? Well, every issue needs to be solved immediately, but this is important because the problem was that when you entered your personal info on some sites, then certain websites can see your info.

Mac Update Fixes Safari Bug That Leaks User Data

This is not happening to every web browser that you know. No, that’s not it. The problem is unique to the Safari browser and the Apple users. This is indeed a serious issue that needed to be taken care of as soon as possible. When identity theft is a serious issue in today’s world, you need to be careful with what you do on the internet.

WebKit, we hope that you know about it. This is an open-source browser engine that Apple has developed. If you do not know this yet, all the mobile browsers on any iOS device will be run on WebKit. That is why the problem here is critical.

According to MacRumors, “After they had been gone on and updating the service to the ‌macOS Monterey‌ 12.2 RC and the iOS 15.3 RC, the demo website is going to have no longer the problem which detects any data.”

That’s all that we have for now. We will surely go to keep you informed about the news that comes out. Take care!