Wednesday, June 06, 2018

Mozlla Firefox Version 60.0.2 Released

FirefoxMozilla sent Firefox Version 60.0.2 to the release channel today.  The update includes developer and MacOS fixes.

It wasn't listed in the Release Notes when I originally posted but, come to find out not only was Firefox ESR updated both ESR and Version 60.0.2 included two security fixes, one rated critical and one rated high.  Firefox ESR is now Version 52.8.1.

  • Fix missing nodes in the developer tools Inspector panel (bug 1460223)
  • Fix font rendering when using third-party font managers on OS X 10.11 and earlier (bug 1460917)

  • Updated to NSS 3.36.4 from 3.36.1:
    • Connecting to a server that was recently upgraded to TLS 1.3 would result in a SSL_RX_MALFORMED_SERVER_HELLO error (bug 1462303)
    • Fix crash on macOS related to authentication tokens, e.g. PK11 or WebAuthn (bug 1461731)
    See release notes for NSS 3.36.2 and 3.36.4

    Update:  To get the update now, select "Help" from the Firefox menu, then pick "About Firefox."  Mac users need to select "About Firefox" from the Firefox menu. If you do not use the English language version, Fully Localized Versions are available for download.


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    1 comment:

    Anonymous said...

    Firefox? It use to be one of the best browsers around! I said use to be! Now, NO! It has hit rock bottom, and that is being nice. Takes forever to load pages, and if You want to watch a video without having problems using Firefox? Well, Forget It! Firefox says it is for the people, and our privacy is important to them? REALLY? I think not! Anyone who climbs into bed with Google, could careless about ones privacy. They come out with their new 60.0.2 version, that is suppose to give us a more private browser? Don't believe it! One can go to there About:Config, and look at the way they word their programming and see all they have done was pull the wool over peoples eyes! An lets say we don't want to be a part of their so called private browsing? Yes, I said so called! You don't have the choice of doing anything but anymore using Firefox, because they will not allow You to browse unless it's with their so called Private Browsing! Like when You set Your browser to not remember Your search history? You can't do this unless You first click Always use private browser under use custom settings for history! If You don't believe me, uncheck it under history, and see what You get? Firefox, the Government is the only one who has the right to track our every movement online! Not Wal-Mart, Not Google, Not Target, Not Amazon! Now we know why we can't watch a video without all the buffering! Between all of Googles SpyWare!And allowing everyone and their mother to track our bums, which by the way sucks the life out of our internet speed, and data! It also means our poor ole laptops will only see halve their expected lifetime, because every time we spin up a video Firefox takes a toll on our memory, and cpu! Again if You don't believe me open up Your task manger and check Your memory, and CPU % when You are watching a video on Firefox! Video watching will put CPU up in the 90% range! Firefox, I use to have respect for You! Now I have nothing but distrust! What people won't do for money? You became a Google Hooker, as so many before You! Shame on You! It is time for another browser! That's if I can find one that Google hasn't tainted! Regards!