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    Safari version 4.0.4
    Today Apple released the latest update to Safari, version 4.0.4 with reportedly a number of fixes. Here is the link to the Apple web site:-

    Safari 4.0.4

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    Thanks for the heads up Harry ........
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    Nice one!

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    Thanks for the news.

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    Does this mean the number of Safari related threads is about to take a nose dive?

    Saving some grief:
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    Mac OS X 10.6.1 or 10.6.2
    Mac OS X 10.5.8 or 10.5.7
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    Vista, XP and Windows 7

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    For some reason when I updated it on my 2.4 ghz Aluminum Unibody MacBook it reset my date to 12/31/00 upon restart. Has anyone else seen this?

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    I haven't, but there are posts on the forum about date/time indicators gone missing from the menubar after the upgrade ... Maybe there is a relationship

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    Hmmm.... Maybe so. I also noticed that there was a stack of notifications from my firewall asking if I should allow or deny access for the processes krb5kdc, nmbd, and cups-lpd upon restarting my computer. I denied them all not knowing what they were but I found that they are common processes after a quick google search. Thanks for the info!

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    You guys wouldn't think it would be a virus or anything would you? I am very new to OSX (6 months). Is it not too uncommon to have a couple things goof up after an update? Other than having to manually change my date back, everything is fine, so I guess I need to quit worrying about it LOL.

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    I actually read that article when I first bought a Mac! I had a hard time believing that such a popular OS hadn't been hacked yet, so I did some searching for a Free OSX anti-virus and stumbled across that article. I'm so used to being worried about my PC that I can't relax even on a Mac XD!

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