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I don't remember what was written to the system log.
The solution is to re-download the updates, or, temporarily set your system clock to (before March, 2012).
How far you choose to upgrade your Mac is entirely up to you.
But it's definitely time to get things in order, because there are good reasons why you're getting the "This version of Safari is no longer supported", and they typically have to do with security or capabilities that you're missing. It works fine but I keep getting messages that says "This version of Safari is no longer supported. I also can't download certain programs or open some You Tube videos.
Snow Leopard was publicly unveiled on June 8, 2009 at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference.Addition of new end-user features was not a primary consideration: its name signified its goal to be a refinement of the previous OS X version, Leopard.Much of the software in Mac OS X was extensively rewritten for this release in order to take advantage fully of modern Macintosh hardware.Also, look in the All Messages log stream in the Console utility and then run Software Updates, and see if any of the log messages give you a clue what's going on. Try running In March 2012, one of the certificates that Apple signed their updates with expired.
Any update downloaded before then will not run without errors.
On August 28, 2009, it was released worldwide, and was made available for purchase from Apple's website and its retail stores at the price of US for a single-user license.