John Lilly Mozilla fire-fox chief executive has criticized Apple for its use of iTunes to offer the Safari web browser to you if you are Windows users, saying the technique "borders on malware distribution practices" and the ability of the security of the Internet. If you are confronting any issue in your Apple safari browser, then troubleshoot Apple's Safari browser by contacting Apple safari support center which seems the best option to choose for.
"What Apple is doing now with their Apple Software Update on Windows is wrong," Lilly wrote on his personal blog. "It undermines the trust relationship great companies have with their customers, and that's bad - not just for Apple, but for the security of the whole web," added Lily.
This Apple Software Update is installed along with QuickTime or iTunes on Windows computers, currently lists Safari 3.1 browser as a default download, alongside with the latest update to iTunes.
"The problem here is that it lists Safari for getting an update - and has the 'Install' box checked by default - even if you haven't ever installed Safari on your PC," Lilly wrote.
If you are confronting any sort of issue, in your Safari browser, then you can simply fix Apple's Safari browser malware by visiting Apple support site and get relevant technical support from the expert technicians instantly.
Steps to avoid installing the malware
In case you get any notifications about viruses or security software appear, then quit Safari browser or any other browser that you are using. If quitting the browser doesn’t work, then Force Quit the browser or simply dial a toll-free Apple customer support number and get relevant support for the same.
In some cases, your browser may robotically download and launch the installer for any malicious software. If this happens, cancel the installation process quickly; do not enter your admin password. Delete the installer instantaneously using the given below steps.
According to Andrew Storms, director of security operations at Circle Network Security, Apple users "has to be careful" about such type of extensive security updates.
"Safari may not have any more bugs, and fixes, than IE and Firefox, but unleashing a giant package like this is going to create worry among users. When you release a dot-release version and it comes with a motherlode of vulnerabilities that can bring down the favorable relationship that Apple has with its users" Storms said.
For further details, you can visit the official website of Apple or contact a reliable third party support providing company to get instant solutions to fix Apple's Safari Browser Likened Malware.
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