Pale Moon Releases..

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  1. hayc59

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    Pale Moon v26.4.1 Released
    09.12.2016

    This Release is a minor bugfix and security release.

    Changes l Fixes:
    • Fixed a crash in the XSS filter.
    • Slightly changed the address bar shading on secure sites to be more subtle and easily-blended.
    • Fixed the occurrence of "null" titles in bookmarks dragged from special folders.
    • Fixed an error initializing the browser due to trying to restore scratchpad data from a stored session when having switched from a version with devtools to a version without devtools, and the previous version had scratchpad data saved.
    • Fixed some minor issues in scratchpad and gcli devtools.
    Security Fixes:
    • Updated the HSTS preload list to a much more updated source list, and performing our own checks on validity from now on to have the list be as accurate as possible.
    • Disabled Triple-DES cipher suites by default (mitigating SWEET32).
    Portable Only:
    • Changed the behavior to, by default, allow it to start a new copy or multiple copies without checking if Pale Moon is already running on the system.
    • You will need separate profiles to run multiple browsers concurrently.
    (To revert this to the previous behavior, comment out the line MOZ_NO_REMOTE=1 in the .ini file)

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    You're welcome. :thumb:
     
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    You're welcome. I use the portable sometimes as well. It's a tad less simple to update though lol.
     
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    Not really a problem as I just click "Help", "About Palemoon" and then "Check for Updates". This in Windows. Now if you are in Linux I would agree. For Tahrpup linux, Palemoon is the default browser am I right ?
     
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    Oh right. I was copying the user folder over to my portable, I didn't realise it could be done as with a browser conventionally run from the HDD. There is a Linux version of PM, not sure which distro uses it as default. Probably an enlightened distro though! ;)
     
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    i have used pale moon on linux for several months now and i use the pm installer to update pale moon.
     
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    Pale Moon is changing! - Pale Moon forum
     
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