I've read of many customers reporting problems after upgrading to Safari
v5.1. Two workarounds that I've read were 1) going back to Safari
v5.0.1 (by reinstalling the Mac OS X v10.6.8 update) or 2) testing the
WebKit Nightly Build (nightly.webkit.org).
Obviously, it would help if someone could test the same sites with our
software on a fresh install of Mac OS X without the
I've been unable to duplicate the problems you've experienced using a
clean installation of Mac OS X v10.6.8 which had PKard installed.
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In response to this text from John Casebolt
(email@hidden) sent on Monday, July 25, 2011 at 5:41
>I've been cruising along for over a year now using my CAC with
>software.forge.mil every day - no problems.
>Today, I updated to 10.6.8 and to Safari 5.1.
>Every time I access https://software.forge.mi, Safari crashes on me.
>Sometimes immediately, sometimes after rendering almost an entire page.
>I did notice that my DoD issuing intermediate (DoD 25) was not in my
>keychain - it never was, but that did not seem to matter before these
>I installed that cert, and my CAC certs all appear with green check
>Same crashing behavior.
>I have tried, to no avail, all of the following:
>- deleting/re-creating identity prefs
>- reinstalling Safari 5.1
>- repairing disk permissions
>- repairing the startup disk
>- reinstalling tokend NG
>- purchasing, installing and using Thursby Pkcard
>I've sent crash reports to Apple and entered a topic on the Thursby
>Anyone else seeing anything like this?
>Tomorrow I'll try a different CAC reader.
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