Apple on Monday released a minor update to its Safari Web browser. According to the terse description, Safari 3.2.1 includes unspecified "stability improvements" and is recommended for all Safari users.
Safari 3.2.1 comes fast on the heels of Safari 3.2, which Apple released 11 days ago. Safari 3.2 added anti-phishing technology (a feature already built into other Web browsers) as well as fixed several security issues.
At the time of publishing, the Safari was available only via OS X's Software Update mechanism, and was not listed on Apple's Support Downloads page.
This story, "Apple Bumps Safari to 3.2.1" was originally published by Macworld.