Apple releases Safari 5.0.5

Apple today released Safari 5.0.5 which is recommended for all Safari users and includes the latest security updates.

• SHA1 Safari 5.0.5Snow Leopard = 631cd280171938491c45a905e24904e7739eaefe

• SHA1 Safari 5.0.5 Leopard = 661cdb68ca33b8eb41f20be837eb6a1c12289876

• SHA1 Safari 5.0.5 QuickTime Setup= 5f1455cd2290e9ced03dfbb6ea57b4c2931446a5

• SHA1 Safari 5.0.5 Setup Ballot = e245b935fc0aaec31a512fa0ab9dce2dcec0b2f8

• SHA1 SAfari 5.0.5 Windows = c2c6b1f5c04af7f24d2474e4b2597d40dddaeca2

For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222

Safari 5.0.5 is available via Software Update and also as a standalone installer.

More info and download links here.

10 Comments

    1. Is that your experience? Ever since Safari 5.0.3 or 5.0.4 (or was it OSX 10.6.7), scrolling using my magic mouse’s “scroll button” has been erratic, i.e., unpredictably jumpy.

      Does anyone else have this experience?

  1. Dammit !!! While I have been a Mac user for a little over 20 years now, I have so far been unable to convince my small company to make the transition to the light side of the force, and unfortunately I am forced to use Windoze at work (even though I HAVE been able to convince my BOSS to switch personally herself !!!). And this update does not apply here !!! AAAARRRRGGGGHHHH !!!!!

  2. Not sure if i’m just being unlucky here but Safari has been quick and reliable anyway for me for a while now. Not seeing any performance increase for me. However, 5.0.5 has required 3 force quits in the last 24 hours. Not convinced by this version.

  3. I updated safari to 5.1 ( on a PC, Vista) and now I keep getting the “WebKit2WebProcess.exe has stopped working” error.How do I go back to 5.05 without losing all of my bookmarks?
    Thankis

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