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Firefox Version 43.0 Released with Critical Security Updates

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Firefox version 43.0.1 was released with one change: "Prepare to use SHA-256 signing certificate for Windows builds, to meet new Microsoft signing requirement (1079858)".

 

There was no update to Firefox ESR.

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Firefox version 43.0.2 was released to complete the process started with version 43.0.1 (prepare to use SHA-256), thus making the change: Use a SHA-256 signing certificate for Windows builds, to meet new signing requirements. ESR is also updated. The latest is version 38.5.1 38.5.2.

 

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Yet another Firefox update! Firefox 43.0.3 was released. ESR version remains at 38.5.2.

 

Fixed:

  • Fix network issue when using Nvidia's Network Access Manager (1233237)
  • On some Windows configurations, improve the decoding of some videos on YouTube (1233970)

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after not being used or updated for a few months on one of my laptops , i did an update tonight and gave it a spin or so.

My verdict:

i'm going to update the palemoon.

 

My goodness, what has happened to FireFox? Code bloat? Bad memory manager? poor programming management? They should dump that to the second tier and make Thunderbird the priority.

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