OS X 10.9.2 addressed other problems as well, resolving one that prevented Mail from receiving some email messages; fixing another that erratically disconnected VPN connections, which are often used by workers to connect to their businesses' networks; and tackling two related to how Mail handled Google Gmail mailboxes and message labels.
Apple posted a longer list of 10.9.2's contents on its website.
OS X 10.9.2 and Safari 6.1.2 can be retrieved by choosing Software Update from the Apple menu, or by opening the Mac App Store application and clicking the Update icon at the top right. Mavericks 10.9.2 can also be downloaded manually from Apple's support site.
Gotofail.com, one of several online tests sites, with OS X 10.9.2's Safari shows that Apple fixed the embarrassing flaw.
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