Safari top sites not updating
It has been patched in the current version of Safari Technology Preview, Release 71 (Safari 12.1, Web Kit 14607.1.15).See my post above for further details, including where to directly download Safari Technology Preview from Apple.By default, Safari on Mac OS X opens a new tab with a list of your Favorites or Top Sites.You can manually switch between the two by clicking on the toggle buttons in the top right corner, as I did on the screenshot.All versions of Safari 12 through 12.0.2 contain a security vulnerability current titled "Web Kit-Reg Ex-Exploit", for which a Po C, Proof of Concept, has been published.IF you demand maximum security from Safari, it is important to upgrade to the latest Safari Technology Preview, currently Release 71 (Safari 12.1, Web Kit 146071.15), which has patched this exploit.It took multiple calls to Apple Support, where one tech asked me why bother with my beloved 17" MBP, -just go buy a new laptop! What Apple has done with this latest version is a complete disgrace, and they should be ashamed of themselves!Well, for one, I DON' T like the new laptops, so I'll try to keep my MBP running as long as I possibly can. How DARE they censor what I can or cannot view on my own computer?
In this tutorial, I'll show you how to add or remove websites from your Top Sites, and how to optionally hide the Top Sites / Favorites new tab page altogether.
Not only does this version block me from my health sites, it has also wiped out every single one of my passwords and all of my extensions, rendering my computer basically worthless!
If Apple does not revert back, I will never again purchase another Apple product. And Safari can't hurt your passwords - you've mucked it up yourself somehow. ) The only sites that Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Opera block are suspected malware sites, and you can always 'agree to proceed with the risk.' And Safari is free, by the way - you didn't "buy it."IMPORTANT!
Apple Safari is Apple's web browser that comes bundled with the most recent mac OS.
Safari is faster and more energy efficient than other browsers, so sites are more responsive and your notebook battery lasts longer between charges. It works with i Cloud to let you browse seamlessly across all your devices.