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Pale Moon Version 28.9.0 Released With Security-Related Fixes

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Pale Moon version 28.9.0 has been released.  The update is a major development update with new features, changes/fixes as well as security-related fixes.

The update includes DiD ("Defense-in-Depth") updates.  A DiD update is s 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.

Update:  To get the update now, select "Help" from the Pale Moon menu at the upper left of the browser window.  Click About Pale Moon and Check for Updates.

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Corrine

Pale Moon version 28.9.0.1 has been released.  This is a small but critical update to address user-agent overrides (used for a number of major websites) not working as they should.

Linux versions for this update will follow very shortly!

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Cluttermagnet

I'm still liking Pale Moon, Corrine. I was surprised that they are pretty

good at keeping it updated, offering the user frequent updates. They

do a small popover window and I'm OK with that. Gets my attention.

 

Clutter

 

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Corrine

Pale Moon Version 28.9.0.2 released.  From the announcement at Pale Moon updated to 28.9.0.2 - Pale Moon forum:

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This is a small but critical update to the browser to address various run-time operation issues due to a bug in the browser's start-up code.

If you are currently having issues with the browser handling form history, session restore, or compatibility with various websites, please update.


This is a small bugfix update addressing 2 more important issues in 28.9.0:

  • Fixed an issue with browser migration and initialization code causing various browser run-time problems.
  • Fixed an issue with cache behavior where some users would have trouble having their windows and tabs restored in "soft refresh" mode (see v28.9.0 release notes).  To solve this, we reverted to the previous (pull from cache) mode for now while we investigate the cause.


Linux versions will follow shortly.

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