(LiveHacking.Com) – The last few days has seen rapid releases and lots of information published by Microsoft, Google and Mozilla to block the fraudulent certificates issued by DigiNotar. The one significant player who has so far remained eerily silent is Apple. The Safari web browser is not only found on OS X and Windows but it is also used in iOS and can be found on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
As of Monday morning, Safari and OS X itself have not been patched. There are instructions on doing so on the ps | Enable blog, although it is non-trivial.
Also all of Apple’s mobile users are being left in the dark. There have been no updates and no information at all about iOS.
What are Apple doing? Too busy working on the iPhone 5????