Privacy fault in Safari, browser history and Google account details can be leaked


It has been found that browser history and Google account details may be leaked due to problems with Safari. According to Nine to Five Mac, in a blog published by Figureprint JS, it has been found that due to browser privacy issues in Safari, attackers can steal the user’s recent browser history and some details of the Google account.

This problem only reveals which database you visited rather than the content you viewed. But still, hackers can find your Google username, profile picture and more information about you.

Similarly, you can find out what kind of site you like by looking at the history. Fingerprint JS reported this to Apple on November 28 but Apple has not said anything about it.

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