New Firefox Browser Version Released

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  1. mood

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    It already had Low Integrity processes before. Untrusted is better because it is more restricted than Low.
     
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    So, I guess we don't know what Firefox sandbox level 5 means (I can't find anything via Google search)?.
     
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    worth reading because users with eg Firejail needs an update for firefox 60.
    (Sören Henzschel pointed that out - and added that users with any sandbox will have trouble - that includes sandboxie)
    there will be no need for "jailing" firefox and its new sandbox features
    (firefox 60 now also has CFG like chrome)
     
  6. summerheat

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    See here.

    That is certainly debatable as Firefox uses the same sandbox technology as Chrome which means that the broker process is not confined.
     
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    FYI. Schedule Update (emphasis mine).
     
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    Mozilla Firefox 60.0.1 Released (May 16, 2018)
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    Download (Download Firefox in your language)
     
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    FYI. Available Via Internal Updater (6.3 MB - 64-bit)
     
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    Mozilla Firefox ESR 60.0.1 Released (May 16, 2018)
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    Download (Download Firefox ESR in your language)
     
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    W10 1803, Firefox 60.0.1 (64-bit), Security: Sandboxie, Norton Security and Malwarebytes Premium (for life), SAMSUNG PRO ssd (I mention this as, there has been some issues with ssd's and W10 v1803). In all of the seven years since I built this PC, I have never had any "serious" issues with Ff but, it is now freezing and crashing regularly with Sanboxie not enabled. Before disabling Malwarebytes and Norton, I figured I would check here as it may not have anything to do with them. Thank you!
     
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    I'm running Norton + MB on three machines and don't have a problem with FF.
     
  14. Brummelchen

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    its recommended to start a new thread, insert links to crash report(s)
     
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    Do you mean a whole new thread? At any rate, none of these images are rendering!
    edit: So I hit the link to test it after posting and everything rendered perfectly, all very frustrating!
     
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    i needed to allow scripts from "static-entertainment-neu-s-msn-com.akamaized.net"

    crash -> crash report -> link -> we need to read -> help possible

    new thread
     
  17. mantra

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    Hi

    may i ask why doesn't firefox 60.0.1 portable run under sandboxie?
    and why doesn't save cache even browser.cache.disk.enable & browser.cache.memory.enable are set to true and i gave a look at portableapps without any relevant answer
    thanks
     
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    Hi Mantra, I just tested Firefox portable, it ran fine under Sandboxie. I didn't install it in the system but in a sandbox, and was able to run Firefox portable just fine under Sandboxie. So, I don't think you should be having issues, specially since you installed it in the real system.

    I suggest you create a new sandbox for Firefox portable. Also, perhaps a security program you are using could be blocking Firefox portable from running in a sandbox. Are you getting any SBIE messages, or getting a blank webpage when you try to run portable Firefox?

    Bo

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    Hi Bo
    i have firefox 56.0.2 installed and when i try to run firefox portable inside a new sandbox (running sandboxie 5.24 64bit) i get this error
    https://i.imgur.com/niIeH1X.png
     
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    Thats the reason you are having a problem, you either need to update to beta 5.25.4 (Read Fix 2 and link).
    https://forums.sandboxie.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=65&t=25684#p133187

    Or, keep SBIE and Firefox version you are using but change security.sandbox.content.level to 2 in about:config.

    IMO, you should not only update Sandboxie but also Firefox to 60.0.1. Regarding SBIE and Firefox, from my end, all is working perfectly well together.

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    Hi BO
    i won't update firefox 60.0.1 seeing i can't export & import passwords and the firefox develop team are deaf (many users asked to add a feature to export password) and about sandboxie i prefer to use a stable version and not a beta
    i have firefox installed on a desktop , 2 laptop and on imac , i haven't tons of password but export and import with password exporter extension on an usb stick it's really comfortable (at least they could update this extension)
    i will create a new sandbox with settings security.sandbox.content.level to 2
    thanks BO
     
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    Firefox v60.0.2 Released
    Released: June 06 2018


    Firefox 60 offers something for everyone and a little something extra for everyone who deploys Firefox in an enterprise environment. This release includes changes that give you more content and more ways to customize your New Tab/Firefox Home. It also introduces support for the Web Authentication API, which means you can log in to websites in Firefox with USB tokens like YubiKey.
    Firefox 60 also brings a new policy engine and Group Policy support for enterprise deployments. For more info about why and how to use Firefox in the enterprise, see this blog post.

    Whats New
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    Download: Fully Localized Versions
    More Info: Release Notes
    More Info: Build Notes
    More Info: Security Advisories
     
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    R U still running Firefox 32-bit?
    R U still running browser.tabs.remote = false?
    R U still running security.sandbox = 0?
    Thx
     
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    FYI. Available Via Internal Updater (5.1 MB - 64-bit)
     
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