Good news and bad news for security-conscious Safari fans: Symantec's latest security report said that the Apple browser was the fastest to-market with security fixes.
Safari took an average of just three days to patch vulnerabilities during the first six months of 2007. Opera needed four days, and both Mozilla and IE were exposed for an average of five days.
Take the news with a grain of salt, though. There are plenty of other figures to bring Safari back down to earth.
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