Mozilla has released a very first beta of Firefox 3.6 series web browser.
As we mentioned some time earlier, the following version now includes:
Personas support (aka light themes)
WOFF font format support
New CSS, DOM and HTML5 technologies support
Add-ons update notifications
And few other changes
In the Opera forums post, one of the Opera’s developers has mentioned that they are implementing Windows 7 features “that makes sense” for the upcoming browser version.
Although not many details were revealed, he said: “Multi-touch is certainly one of those things we will evaluate as part of this process.”.
In the meantime, we can only hope that some of those implementations will be already available in Opera 10.10 Final release.
Thanks to Daniel Hendrycks for news tip.
Guys from SecureThoughts.com decided to do a research on Opera Unite security and share some insights.
1. Enumerating Service Owner Usernames
Use: site:operaunite.com search query in search engine to build a list.
2. Enumerating Computer names for a particular Service Owner
“If you visit the service homepage with any non-existent computer name, then Opera Unite happily discloses all computer names used by that person.” Continue Reading
A new version of all-in-one Internet application suite SeaMonkey has been released.
What exactly SeaMonkey is?
It’s a web browser (Firefox platform), Mail and Newsgroups client (Thunderbird platform), HTML Editor, ChatZilla IRC chat application, DOM inspector and a little bit more.
SeaMonkey 2.0 changes:
The following release includes various new features, such as: new add-on manager, session restore, tabbed mail, reworked download manager and lots of other improvements.
Thanks to Nox for news tip.
While waiting for Opera 10.10 Final release, Daniel Hendrycks has noticed a very first Opera 10.0x update, which is already uploaded to Opera Software servers. Although there are no official announcements yet, you can already download it from their website.
Opera 10.01 fixes a total of 3 security issues, also, various interface, mail, news and other issues.
Today, Mozilla has released security and stability updates for Firefox 3.5 and 3.0 web browser branches.
Firefox 3.5.4 fixes a total of 124 bugs, where 11 of them are security vulnerabilities.
Firefox 3.0.14 now includes 10 security and 15 other fixes.
- Microsoft criticises privacy in Chrome 3.0
- Firefox is Coming to Android
- Mozilla Add-ons now featuring personas
- Introducing Mozilla Raindrop
- Google Chrome Themes Video Uses Some YouTube Magic To Make A Lasting Impression
- Opera Mini Now Serving Over 500 Million Pageviews Per Day
- WebGL Now Available in WebKit Nightlies
- Browser Developer Releases Final Version of Maxthon 2.5.9
Thanks to Nox for links.