But Mikko Hypponen, the chief research officer at security firm F-Secure, believes that crashsafari.com and an identical site at crashchrome.com actually exploit browser’s history feature to kill them on command. “The problem is that it creates thousands of history entries”, he added.
Mikko says that users may experience their phone crashing repeatedly as Safari reloads and then tries to visit the same URL again and again. He suggests to put the phone in airplane mode to stop the cycle. Though this link doesn’t cause any other harm apart from restarting your device .
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