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    • Corrine
      Pale Moon has been updated to version 33.1.1.  This is a minor security and bugfix update.   Changes/fixes: Made the nonce length for http digest auth configurable. Fixed various potential issues with font loading, parsing and handling. Cleaned up error reporting for workers and normalized error messages. Security issues addressed: CVE-2024-4772 DiD, CVE-2024-4771, CVE-2024-4769 and CVE-2024-4770. We've switched back to an older toolchain (17.3) for compiling 32-bit Windows binaries (again) to hopefully address some of the intermittent stability issues people continued to have on later Microsoft compiler versions when running on older hardware. Notes: *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.   Pale Moon includes both 32- and 64-bit versions for Windows: Pale Moon for Windows downloads.   Update: To get the update now, select "Help" from the Pale Moon menu at the upper left of the browser window. Select About Pale Moon > Check for Updates.   Release Notes Release Cycle
    • abarbarian
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    • Corrine
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    • raymac46
      We've had plenty of rain in Almonte this past month, and things are greening up nicely.
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