May 1
Today I wondered that my safari browser (3.2.1) was taking 100% cpu just by displaying the apple page.

I've noticed that the blacklist-database for fraudulent websites seems to be broken.
If you have these problems try to disable that feature in the settings -> security dialog.
If you need the feature quit Safari first and execute the following command then:

sudo rm -r /private/var/folders/*

If you restart Safari now it'll rebuild your blacklist-database.

Posted by Nils

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  1. Sabine says:

    That was the problem!!! Thank you so much, had the same problem last week. No I know how to solve it. Thank you again.

  2. Rico says:

    thank you, now is my problem solved too!
    thanks thanks thanks!

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