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Pale Moon 28.9.0.1

Publicado: Mié Mar 25, 2020 3:13 pm
por ElTxolo
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  • Actualización disponible: Pale Moon 28.9.0.1 (March 24th, 2020')





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    Pale Moon es un navegador web de código abierto, basado en Goanna. Esta disponible para GNU/Linux y Windows (otros sistemas operativos en desarrollo), y se centra en la eficiencia y la personalización.

    Pale Moon ofrece una experiencia de navegación, con un navegador completamente desarrollado a partir de su propia fuente de forma independiente. Desde el código Firefox/Mozilla, con características y optimizaciones cuidadosamente seleccionadas, para mejorar la estabilidad y la experiencia de usuario. Y a la vez, permite una completa personalización, con una colección de extensiones y temas para que el navegador sea realmente tuyo.





    Pale Moon 28.9.0 tiene entre otros, los siguientes cambios:

    - This is a major development update.


    New features:
  • Implemented asynchronous iterators (await iterator.next() and for await loops) (ES2018)
  • Implemented promise-based media playback.
  • Implemented non-standard legacy CSSStyleSheet rules functions.
  • Implemented the html5 <dialog> element. To switch this on, flip dom.dialog_element.enabled to true.
  • Implemented the optional hiding of pinned tabs in CtrlTab/AllTab panes. (controlled through the preferences browser.ctrlTab.hidePinnedTabs and browser.allTabs.hidePinnedTabs)
  • Added 1.25x playback speed to html media elements.
  • Added a hidden pref (browser.places.smartBookmarks.max) to control the sizes of default smart bookmarks categories.


    Changes/fixes:
  • Aligned document.open() with the overhauled specification.
  • Aligned the way DOM styles are computed with mainstream browser behavior.
  • Removed the (unused) DOM promise implementation.
  • Enabled seeking to next frame in media files.
  • Enabled dynamic UA updates for emergency use.
  • Implemented rule processing stub for font-variation-settings.
  • Increased the maximum XML nesting depth to 2048 levels for extreme corner cases and to conservatively align with other browsers.
  • Improved the privacy of geolocation lookup calls, with thanks to a generous service donation from ip-api.com
  • Improved reporting of the operating system in site-specific user-agent overrides.
  • Improved table drawing performance again after the rewrite for sticky positioning making it slower.
  • Updated CSP processing to allow custom scheme wildcards to be specified without a port.
  • Aligned the behavior of outlines with other browsers when dealing with CSS-repositioned elements.
  • Changed the way hardware acceleration is controlled from the application.
  • Changed the default monospace font for main languages from Courier New to Consolas.
  • This provides a more balanced font for fixed-width text that is slightly more condensed and more in line with the naturally compacter variable-width fonts used everywhere else.
  • Changed the browser's behavior when restoring tabs from previous sessions. To prevent stale pages, it will now by default perform a "soft refresh" of the page instead of drawing it purely from cache without checking if the page needs updating. If you prefer the old behavior, set browser.sessionstore.cache_behavior to 0 in about:config.
  • Updated NSPR to 4.24 and NSS to ~3.48.1-RTM, removing the previous custom patch level with NSS being able to support custom rounds for DBM now.
  • For extensive release notes with all NSS changes, see NSS_Releases
  • Implemented an NSS performance optimization for Master Password use with limited effect.
  • Fixed some potential crashing scenarios with WebGL on Linux.
  • Completely removed showModalDialog.
  • Disabled some logging in production builds.
  • Removed various gadgeteering/redundant/dead DOM APIs (casting/presentation, FlyWeb)
  • Removed support for a number of critical libraries being system-supplied.
  • Removed "Copy raw data" button from the troubleshooting information page, since it's never used by us in that format, and users mistakenly keep using it instead of copying text.
  • Removed a bunch of Android and iOS support code.
  • Fixed an issue with form elements sometimes being incorrectly disabled.
  • Fixed several crashes.
  • Fixed an issue with Captive Portal detection sometimes firing even when disabled by the user.
  • Performed various tree-wide code cleanups.
  • Backed out a large code cleanup patch for causing subtle issues in website operation (e.g. WordPress). This will have to be revisited later; the reintroduced code is not in use in practice.
  • Cleaned up the application updater code.


    Security-related fixes:
  • Fixed a potential pointer issue in cubeb. DiD *
  • Disabled allowing remote jar: URIs by default for security reasons. If you need this functionality for your non-standard environment, you can enable it with the preference network.jar.block-remote-files, but please consider moving away from this method of providing web-based applications.
  • Removed a potentially dangerous and otherwise ineffective optimization from the JavaScript engine.
  • Fixed unwanted behavior where created/focused pop-up windows could potentially cover the DOM fullscreen notification, hiding it from users. (CVE-2020-6810)
  • Fixed an issue where copying data as a curl request from developer tools would not properly escape parameters. (CVE-2020-6811)
  • Updated our sctp library code with several upstream fixes.
  • Unified XUL Platform Mozilla Security Patch Summary: 4 fixed, 3 already mitigated, 1 rejected, 11 not applicable.


    ★ Cambios específicos en Pale Moon 28.9.0.1:

    • 28.9.0.1 - This is a small update to address a breaking issue with user-agent override strings,
      causing problems on certain websites for a number of our users.


    General note:
    * DiD This means that a fix is "Defense-in-Depth": It is a fix that does not apply to a (potentially) actively exploitable vulnerability in Pale Moon, but prevents future vulnerabilities caused by the same code, e.g. when surrounding code changes, exposing the problem, or when new attack vectors are discovered.






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    Descargas:

    GNU/Linux
    Pale Moon 28.9.0.1 GNU/Linux-i686 (en-US).tar.xz
    SHA-256 checksum: 5ff9393c6687e84fa9ec8f3e1d6be002fa606c77f87fdc400784324a89422bd2
    Pale Moon 28.9.0.1 GNU/Linux-x86_64 (en-US).tar.xz
    SHA-256 checksum: e74e8afcb2ca200d731e25e87d49858ea9da159971f19957e1f4c60cec5acbec


    Windows
    Pale Moon 28.9.0.1 Win32 (en-US).exe
    SHA-256 checksum: 1ae7e312276b563d42f985ae1e359c36e2faf53454cd37f62e6ac00e00143d6c
    Pale Moon 28.9.0.1 Win32 (en-US).7z
    SHA-256 checksum: eaa8a7900ffe3d71b14ddb01c9aed0987cfb0a60f93339ae1b27cf415856b48b
    Pale Moon 28.9.0.1 Win64 (en-US).exe
    SHA-256 checksum: c3f08e435110e883f043e600507f9b93ac5b66d80c6c1acee66db638195a1e6e
    Pale Moon 28.9.0.1 Win64 (en-US).7z
    SHA-256 checksum: c2cd67af9f0c94b8637921ce912709c1df9f11d8c4d3a5bc409a322264652a5d


    Langpacks:
    Pale Moon - language-packs













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