A quick point release update for Safari on the Mac is now available for download from the Mac App Store. Version 7.0.3 brings a number of improvements, including fixes for the search and address fields prematurely hitting return, credit card autofill with numerous websites and websites with generic top-level domains.
Most importantly for our sanity, the update lets you turn off the annoying "want notifications?" prompts that show up on many websites. On the security side, the update strengthens sandboxing and fixes several recently-identified security issues.
The latest version is available in the Mac App Store, and of course recommended for all Mavericks users.
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