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Google finds 5 privacy vulnerabilities in Safari’s privacy tools

[2020-01-22 20:30:59]

Google’s security researchers unearthed some huge security vulnerabilities in Safari that let users’ online behavior to be tracked. Ironically, the researchers found the vulnerabilities in the Intelligent Tracking Prevention feature Apple added in 2017 to shield users from tracking in the first place. Full details of the report remain unreleased, but The Financial Times got ...

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