For the second time in under two weeks, Apple has issued updates to fix serious security vulnerabilities in the beta version of Safari 3 web browser.
OK, I gave Safari 3 for Windows beta a good chance, but after two updates in less than a week I'm declaring it a leaky bucket and it's banished from the PC Doc HQ for the foreseeable future. It's only installed on a few systems so getting rid of it won't be a big deal. Yes, it's just a beta and yes Apple has been pretty quick with the updates but there's nothing that the browser offers that makes it worth running. For regular day to day browsing, having IE, Firefox and Opera presents enough of an attack surface without adding another.
I'm really starting to question the whole "Apple engineers designed Safari to be secure from day one." I guess we're not at day one yet.