What is the difference between Safari 5.1.7 and 5.1.10? I can not log on to my website, so that their customer service has said that they are using Safari 5.1.7, and I use 5.1.10 (which I have installed on my computer, Mac)

what is the difference between Safari 5.1.7 and 5.1.10?
I can not log on to my website, so that their customer service has said that they are using Safari 5.1.7, and I use 5.1.10 (which I have installed on my computer, Mac)

Might be the security fixes >  Safari 5.1.10 for Snow Leopard

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