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Websites often store
and other data on your Mac. This data may include information that you have provided, such as your name, email address, and preferences. This data helps websites identify you when you return so the site can provide services for you and show information that might be of interest to you. By default,
Here's how to clear information from your device: To clear your history and
, tap Settings >
> Clear History and Website Data. Clearing your history,
, and browsing data from
won't change your AutoFill information. To clear your
and keep your history, tap Settings >
I'm in a website that's asking me to enable
I had to download google chrome and now use different browsers because my
is not opening my university program that needs the
and security allowed. I only could do it with chrome, although it shows in my
are already permitted. In the
How do I enable third party
on my MacBook air High Sierra? It talks about a drop down bar under allow
Can’t do bill pay for my bank on my Mac. Says my
I have a 7 plus, iOS 11.2.5, here is a what
How do I enable
My settings show the option turned off for blocking
. But websites show
I can view the
on my machine using security options within
. Is there a way I can view these
I'm looking for the file Cookies.binarycookies (or whatever file Mountain Lion does store
in). I was told the file is in Users/Username/Library/
, but I could not find it there. (The Library directory at that path does exist on my machine, but there isn't a "
" directory inside of it.) In fact, when I searched all files for '
Day Initiative WebKit Page Loading Available for: OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.5, OS X Mavericks v10.9.5, and OS X Yosemite v10.10.3 Impact: Visiting a maliciously crafted website may lead to account account takeover Description: An issue existed where
at any time by choosing History > Clear History, or change your
preferences in the Privacy pane of
preferences. If you don’t want
to save your browsing history, use a Private Browsing window—just choose File > New Private Window. When you use a Private Browsing window,
also asks websites not to track you. Learn more. SEE ALSO
: Apple CVE-2015-1075 : Google Chrome Security team CVE-2015-1076 CVE-2015-1077 : Apple CVE-2015-1078 : Apple CVE-2015-1079 : Apple CVE-2015-1080 : Apple CVE-2015-1081 : Apple CVE-2015-1082 : Apple CVE-2015-1083 : Apple WebKit Available for: OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.5, OS X Mavericks v10.9.5, and OS X Yosemite v10.10.2 Impact: Inconsistent user interface may prevent users from discerning a phishing attack Description: A user interface inconsistency existed in
v10.9.5, and OS X Yosemite v10.10.3 Impact: Visiting a maliciously crafted website may compromise user information on the filesystem Description: A state management issue existed in
This document describes the security content of Safari 8.0.3, Safari 7.1.3, and Safari 6.2.3.
6.2.2 include the security content of
Available for: OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.5, OS X Mavericks v10.9.5, and OS X Yosemite v10.10.2 Impact: Users may be tracked by malicious websites using client certificates Description: An issue existed in
client certificate matching for SSL authentication. This issue was addressed by improved matching of valid client certificates. CVE-ID CVE-2015-1129 : Stefan Kraus of fluid Operations AG, Sylvain Munaut of Whatever s.a.
Some websites keep track of your browsing activities as you use the website, which enables them to tailor what they present to you. You can have
ask websites—and others who provide those sites with content, including advertisers—not to track you. With this option turned on, each time
loads content from a website,
adds a request not to track you, but it’s up to the website to honor this request. Choose
your information. To see a list of websites that store information, including databases, on your computer, choose
> Preferences, click Privacy, then click Manage Website Data. SEE ALSO Manage
to the previous page when
is re-opened after another application was launched via its URL handler.
CVE-2011-0158 : Nitesh Dhanjani of Ernst & Young LLP
Available for: iOS 4.0 through 4.2.1 for iPhone 3GS and later, iOS 4.0 through 4.2.1 for iPod touch (3rd generation) and later, iOS 4.2 through 4.2.1 for iPad
This document describes the security content of Safari 8.0.1, Safari 7.1.1, and Safari 6.2.1.
If a webpage redirects too many times, it might have been set up in a way that is causing a redirect loop. In that case, the owner of the page will need to correct the issue. The issue might also relate to outdated redirect information in your browser cache or
. To find out: Choose
> Preferences from the
Impact: Root certificates have been updated
Description: Several trusted certificates were added to the list of system roots. Several existing certificates were updated to their most recent version. The complete list of recognized system roots may be viewed via the Keychain Access application.
Available for: Mac OS X v10.6.8, Mac OS X Server v10.6.8
be unexpectedly applied. CVE-2017-7109: avlidienbrunn Entry added September 25, 2017 WebKit Available for: OS X El Capitan 10.11.6, and macOS Sierra 10.12.6, macOS High Sierra 10.13 Impact: A malicious website may be able to track users in
private browsing mode Description: A permissions issue existed in the handling of web browser
Safari Developer Help.
In Safari on your Mac, stop video from playing automatically when you visit a website.
In Safari on your Mac, select custom settings for each website, including page zoom, notification settings, camera and location permissions, and more.
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