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  1. FukenGruven

    Iron Portable Plugins

    Wanted to share my plugins for IronPortable. - Silverlight v5.1.20913.0 - Flash v12.0.0.44 - Sumatra PDF v2.4 plugin for viewing PDF files in Iron Browser. * all are compressed w/UPX and verified working.How to use: Copy desired plugin into IronPortable > Data > Plugins. (while IronPortable is not running) Note: Silverlight leaves trash behind in the registry, and file-system. - edit the launcher so it knows to clean up after Silverlight. Updating PAF manually: PortableApps.com is usually very slow when it comes to updates.. You can manually update yourself.. Check @ SRWare Iron's Forums.. They usually post an update when Chrome is updated.. Download the portable ZIP file and simply copy/replace in IronPortable > App directory. Obviously.. do it when IronPortable is not running, and Dictionaries & Extensions folders can be left out. FYI: the latest update 32.0.1750.1 is dramatically different. They included Chrome.exe & Iron.exe .. According to Iron's developers.. Iron.exe is problematic with some Plugins/Extensions.. So they recommend launching with Chrome.exe .. So you'll have to edit PAF's launcher file like so: [Launch]ProgramExecutable=Iron\Chrome.exe================================================================ EDIT: since this has evolved into everything SRWare Iron.. Here's the WinApp2.ini for CCleaner so it shows up.. obvsiously.. edit the locations to your location. * Optionally, I also included Silverlight, AdobeFlash/Macromedia.. Here's my full WinApp2.ini list .. useful for PortableApps users concerned with "Stealth". [Adobe Flash, Macromedia]Warning=Only select if Adobe Flash is not installed.Section=PortableAppsDetect=HKCU\Software\MacromediaDetectFile=%UserProfile%\AppData\Roaming\AdobeDetectFile=%UserProfile%\AppData\Roaming\MacromediaDetectFile=%UserProfile%\AppData\LocalLow\AdobeDefault=FalseRegKey1=HKCU\Software\Macromedia|FileKey1=%UserProfile%\AppData\Roaming\Adobe|*.*|REMOVESELFFileKey2=%UserProfile%\AppData\Roaming\Macromedia|*.*|REMOVESELFFileKey3=%UserProfile%\AppData\LocalLow\Adobe|*.*|REMOVESELF[Silverlight]Warning=Only select if Silverlight is not installed.Section=PortableAppsDetect=HKCU\Software\AppDataLow\Software\Microsoft\SilverlightDetectFile=%UserProfile%\AppData\LocalLow\Microsoft\SilverlightDefault=TrueRegKey1=HKCU\Software\AppDataLow\Software\Microsoft\Silverlight|FileKey1=%UserProfile%\AppData\LocalLow\Microsoft\Silverlight|*.*|REMOVESELF[PortableApps.com]Warning=clean up after IronPortable.Section=SRWare Iron PortableDefault=FalseDetectFile=%LocalAppData%\ChromiumDetect=HKCU\Software\ChromiumDetect=HKCU\Software\MozillaPluginsDetect=HKLM\SOFTWARE\MozillaPluginsFileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Chromium|*.*|REMOVESELFRegKey1=HKCU\Software\Chromium|RegKey2=HKCU\Software\MozillaPlugins|RegKey3=HKLM\SOFTWARE\MozillaPlugins|[Cache]Section=SRWare Iron PortableDetectFile=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\App\Iron\Chrome.exeDetectFile=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\App\Iron\iron.exeDefault=TrueFileKey1=C:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default\Cache|*.*FileKey2=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default\Cache|*.*FileKey3=E:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default\Cache|*.*FileKey4=F:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default\Cache|*.*[Cookies]Warning=deletes saved passwords.Section=SRWare Iron PortableDetectFile=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\App\Iron\Chrome.exeDetectFile=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\App\Iron\iron.exeDefault=FalseFileKey1=C:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default|CookiesFileKey2=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default|CookiesFileKey3=E:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default|CookiesFileKey4=F:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default|Cookies[Internet History]Section=SRWare Iron PortableDetectFile=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\App\Iron\Chrome.exeDetectFile=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\App\Iron\iron.exeDefault=TrueFileKey1=F:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default|*History*FileKey2=F:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default|ThumbnailsFileKey3=F:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default|Visited Links[Current Session]Section=SRWare Iron PortableDetectFile=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\App\Iron\Chrome.exeDetectFile=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\App\Iron\iron.exeDefault=TrueFileKey1=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default|Current*[Last Session]Section=SRWare Iron PortableDetectFile=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\App\Iron\Chrome.exeDetectFile=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\App\Iron\iron.exeDefault=TrueFileKey1=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default|Last*[Form Data]Warning=deletes saved passwords.Section=SRWare Iron PortableDetectFile=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\App\Iron\Chrome.exeDetectFile=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\App\Iron\iron.exeDefault=FalseFileKey1=D:\PortableApps\IronPortable\Data\IronPortableData\Default|Web Data; --- END ---
  2. Generally when you open too many tabs in Google Chrome, the browser starts shrinking the tabs and one stage comes when only a cross (x) button is displayed on tabs. In such situation you can't recognize tabs because no page titles are displayed on tabs. It becomes quite irritating, and you need to click on each and every tab until you find your desired tab. This tutorial will to tell you how to enable a hidden secret feature called "Stacked Tabs" in Google Chrome which will bring Mozilla Firefox style tab stacking feature to Google Chrome. type c h r o m e : / / f l a g s (without spaces) in Google Chrome address bar and press enter. scroll down and look for the "Stacked Tabs" or Press "Ctrl+F" keys together to launch find box and type "Stacked Tabs" (without quotes) in the find box. Click on the "Enable" link given below the option. Click on "Relaunch Now" to save the changes and relaunch Google Chrome. Congrats... You now have the secret stacked tabs feature similar to Mozilla Firefox web browser. ENJOY!!! SOURCE
  3. MetaProducts Offline Explorer Enterprise 6.8.4082 SR1 + Portable + MetaProducts Portable Offline Browser 6.8.4082 SR1 MetaProducts Offline Explorer is a offline browser that allows you to download an unlimited number of your favorite Web and FTP sites for later offline viewing, editing or browsing. Using Offline Explorer Enterprise, you can download an unlimited number of your favorite Web, FTP, HTTPS, MMS, PNM and RTSP sites for later offline viewing, editing or browsing. Offline Explorer also has many web development features that allow you to easily edit, view, browse or search downloaded Web pages (Offline Explorer has a built-in internal browser.) One of its strengths is to allow you to select (include or exclude) individual servers, directories and files using keywords. Offline Explorer is known for its excellent user interface and for being one of the fastest known Web site downloaders available on the market today. Support of industry-standard technologies such as FTP, different proxy servers, Java and VB scripts, Java classes, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS,) Macromedia Flash, XML/XSL/DTD, Table Of Contents (TOC,) Acrobat (PDF,) M3U, AAM files, RealMedia (.SMIL, .RAM, .RPM,) MS NetShow Channel (.NSC,) VRML (.WRL, .WRZ,) QuickTime movies (.MOV) and cookies plus a built-in HTTP server that allows you to share downloaded files over an Intranet, make Offline Explorer the leader in offline browsing. The export feature allows you to copy downloaded sites to another location in different formats. Among its many awards, Offline Explorer is a ZDNet 5-star winner. Features: MetaProducts Portable Offline Browser is an offline browser / web sites downloader. It can be installed to a Flash/USB drive and run directly from it. You can plug the drive with the installed Portable Offline Browser into any Windows system and use it with no need to adjust settings. All your Projects and downloaded files will be there! And when you unplug, none of your personal data is left behind. Portable Offline Browser lets you take the web site with you when you travel with your laptop computer. When the flight attendants ask everybody to disconnect from the Internet, you still have your web sites on your hard drive. Even if the online content moves or changes, your files are still intact. You can even save streaming audio and video files to your hard disk, and play them back at the highest quality. And its powerful export feature allows you to share and transfer files, or burn them to CD in normal or Autorun mode. Best of all, the downloaded web sites can be viewed on Windows, Macintosh, and Linux computers. Features: Homepage: http://www.metaproducts.com/ OS: Windows 2003 / 2008 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: ML Tablet: Keygen / Patch Size: 13,86 / 12,85 / 13,36 MB
  4. There are a number of different ways to do this, but when you get down to it all they all do the same thing, which is change your IP address so it looks like you’re in another country. Some use proxy servers, others use VPNs, and there are hundreds of different options in each category. But arguably the easiest way to unblock movies on Netflix and take a peek at what’s available in other regions is to install a browser extension called Hola. Here’s a quick rundown of how to do it: Download and install Hola for your browser of choice and complete the free sign up process if you’re prompted to. Head over to Netflix. (Everything should look the same). Click on the Hola icon (looks like a flaming smiley face) and change your location to a different country of your choice. Refresh and the selection should include a bunch of new movies and TV shows you didn’t previously have access to.Enjoy...
  5. krkanna

    360 Browser 7.5.1.100

    360 Browser Born for security We have intercepted over 9,700,000,000 malicious attacks. With the fastest chromium core. Secure your surfing internet. Filter advertisements. Features: ```````````` ++Best ++Fast ++Secure Just try it one time. Then, you will not uninstall in future. Home Page: http://360safe.com/index.html Click here to download or check below link: http://down.360safe.com/cse/360browser_7.5.1.100.exe
  6. Yes, because it's better to have more choices.
  7. 212eta

    Logo of Zeromus Browser

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  8. By Sanjeev Radhakrishnan Friday, January 17, 2014 Cross-platform app development is more important than ever. 10 years ago, you just whipped out your Visual Studio when you needed a client application, but not anymore. With “app-ification” going mainstream on Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac, what is a developer to do? Web apps are a good solution some of the time (except for that little detail called IE!). But what about when you need the features and performance of native code, across platforms? And you’re a startup with a small team and impossible deadlines? Well, at MobileSpan we’ve been living in this world for the past 2 years, and we want to share our approach. We chose to build our application by integrating with the source code of Chromium. Chromium is the open-source base of Google Chrome. My co-founder and I are Xooglers from the Chrome team, so we were very familiar with it and it was an easy choice for us. But you don't have to spend 4 years at Google to take advantage of Chrome's rich code base. But... I'm not building a browser! So, why would Chrome source be useful to me for cross-platform app development? I'm not building a browser... In reality, Chrome is much more than just a browser. Chrome code is highly tuned for performance, reliability, and cross-platform compatibility across PCs and iOS + Android devices. Out of necessity, the Chrome team has created cross-platform abstractions for many low-level platform features. We use this source as the core API on which we build our business logic, and it's made the bulk of our app cross-platform with little effort. Most importantly -- Chrome code has been battle-tested like almost nothing else, with an installed base in the hundreds of millions. That makes all the difference when you want to spend your days working on your company’s business logic instead of debugging platform issues. Basically, you can structure your code like the diagram below, where you only write your application logic, and let Chromium do the heavy lifting. So what's in Chrome that's so great? Well, consider the parts of a modern browser. Chrome contains high-performance, cross-platform implementations of: •Concurrency handling •Compression •Encryption •Certificate handling •Low-level socket interfaces •High-level protocol implementations like HTTP, HTTPS, FTP) •DNS resolution •Proxy handling •Complex disk caching •Cookie handling ... and more What it lets you do is build a single, cross-platform application layer, on top of all this goodness. Chrome code also has other unexpected, higher-level goodies like: •Chrome Remote Desktop, •a full P2P (TURN, STUN, etc) stack (used by the Chrome Remote Desktop code), •an XMPP client (used by Chrome Sync as well as Chrome Remote Desktop) Where Do I Start? First Things First: The right tools to generate your project The first step in starting your project is to create the appropriate project file for your platform (Visual Studio, XCode etc). Chromium uses GYP to declaratively specify files and project settings in a platform independent manner. I strongly recommend starting your project as a GYP file. GYP generates project files for each platform (Visual Studio solution and project files, XCode project files and Android .mk files). In addition, powerful dependency options in GYP allow compiler and linker settings needed by the various Chromium project files to automatically flow into the projects that depend on them. This drastically reduces your own build headaches, as well as problems when you update your checkout of Chrome sources. A basketful of helpers prevent your project from becoming a basket-case. Once you get to the meat of your app, you will find yourself needing all sorts of helper libraries for everything ranging from string manipulation, concurrency handling, synchronization, thread pools, message loops, logging, file manipulation, timers, shared memory management, and more. If you find yourself starting to write a generic helper class or library, search the Chromium sources first. Chances are very high that you will find just the class you want, with very good unit-test coverage to boot. The base library in the Chromium sources (found in src/base) provides a vast array of cross-platform tools that cover all the areas mentioned above and a lot more. There are also helpers for platform-specific areas such as the Windows registry or the iOS keychain. It has become quite the game for developers at MobileSpan to search the Chromium sources for helpers they need. Network stack, anyone? Unless you are building your app for Windows 3.1, chances are that you want to talk to a server of some kind. This might involve simple HTTP or HTTPS API calls or low-level socket calls or anything in between. The net library in Chromium (src/net) is your friend here. You’ll find a full cross-platform HTTP and HTTPS stack, code for cookie handling, caching, TCP and UDP sockets and socket pools, SSL certificate handling, DNS resolution, proxy server resolution ..., well, you get the idea, pretty much anything network related. Encryption Need to handle public/private keys, encrypt data store secrets? The crypto library (src/crypto) is another excellent cross-platform library that is almost sure to have the encryption or key management routine you are looking for. By now, you get the picture of how the sources are organized. XMPP, P2P, Protocol Buffers etc. These aren’t things you would normally expect to find in a web browser but Chromium includes an extensive XMPP and P2P client library built on top of libjingle (look at src/jingle and src/remoting). If you use protocol buffers in your code, GYP has support for .proto files. Just add the .proto files to your GYP file and it will do the right thing of building the protoc compiler and generate wrapper code for your protobufs. This even works for iOS projects. Testing Your code is only as good the unit-tests you write for them, right? Though not strictly a part of the Chrome, the GTest and GMock libraries that are part of the Chrome checkout provide an excellent framework for writing unit-tests and mocking your C++ classes. All Chrome tests are written using these frameworks so you have a big sample codebase to get inspired by. GYP even creates platform-appropriate containers for your tests. For example, on iOS, it will automatically create an iOS app to contain your tests so you can run them in the simulator. You just write your tests in cc files, add them to a gyp file, add the right dependencies and viola, you have cross-platform unit-tests. At MobileSpan, we implemented the core of our business logic in a cross-platform library that is built using Chrome. We then built our UI per platform that uses this underlying library. Porting our app to a new platform means mainly building the UI layer on the new platform and then tying it together with the cross-platform client library. Conclusion: Tying It Together If I am sounding like a Chrome fan-boy, that’s because I am one. Since we embraced Chromium more than 2 years ago, we have found it to work really well for us as a dev platform, saving countless person-hours. It has allowed us to reuse some really well-written and, more importantly, well-tested code across several client platforms, and to concentrate our efforts on making a solid product that works equally well on multiple platforms. Items for a future post This just scratches the surface of using Chrome source as a development platform. What should I cover in a next post? Some options include: •Deep dive into specific libraries like Network, Crypto, etc. •Keeping up to date with Chromium sources •How to fork and keep your sanity (and knowing when to fork certain sources) •Process of checking out Chromium sources •More details on cross-platform UI development Have you poked at Chrome's codebase or used it to build a cool product? Tell us about it in the comments section. https://www.mobilespan.com/content/chrome-is-the-new-c-runtime
  9. Does anyone here still using IE web browser? I like how IE starts, it's way too fast than any of my web browser installed in my system, however, I'd like to know if there is a great way to block those nasty ads that keeps on popping up while browsing. Do you know any adblock filters for IE? I think Adblockplusie is fake.
  10. shamu726

    Pale Moon 24.4.0

    Pale Moon is a custom-built and optimized Firefox-based browser for Windows operating systems with current, high performance processors. It looks identical to the standard Firefox browser and supports Firefox extensions, themes and identities. Features: Highly optimized for modern processors100% Firefox sourced: As safe as the browser that has seen years of development.Uses slightly less memory because of disabled redundant and optional codeSignificant speed increases for page drawing and script processingStability: experience fewer browser crashes.Support for SVG and Canvas, and downloadable fonts including WOFFSupport for HTML5 and WebGL (v4+)Support for Firefox extensions (add-ons), themes and personasSupport for OOPP (Out-of-process plugin execution)Able to use existing Firefox bookmarks and settings with this migration toolView: Homepage | Release Notes Changelog: 24.4.0 (2014-03-10) This update changes the new title behavior slightly and updates a lot of things under-the-hood. Fixes/changes: By popular request: the new page title (when using the Pale Moon App button) will now follow the operating system default alignment (in most cases), meaning it will align left on Windows Vista and Windows 7 by default instead of center. If you want to hide the title or align it differently, please see the FAQ section on the forum.Updated status bar code to the latest "non-australis" version and license change to MPL 2.0 to bring it in line with the rest of the browser code, making it an integral part of the source tree to streamline building (also for 3rd parties).Changed the way Pale Moon handles file and protocol associations. This will prevent interoperability issues if you have both Firefox and Pale Moon installed on the same system. A side effect is that Pale Moon will ask you (once) to make it the default browser again when you install this update, because of the new associations to be made.Changed the search default to DuckDuckGo.Added DuckDuckGo logo to about:home.Changed some things in the build system, back-end code and build configuration to improve overall performance of the browser.Switched to the use of a more compact browser filesystem layout, improving overall start-up speed.Precompiled script cache in the application, improving overall start-up speed at the expense of some disk space.Added MPS detection for non-windows operating systems (NSPR fallback method) instead of always "1".Bugfixes ported over: bug #968461 - Fix imgStatusTracker.h to build with gcc 4.4.bug #912322 - Make sure document.getAnonymous* is no longer available to web content.bug #894448 - Move IsChromeOrXBL to xpcpublic.h.Security fixes: bug #963198 - Don't mix up byte-size and array-length.bug #966311 - Calculate frame size for stereo wave.bug #958867 - Consistent OwningObject handling in IDBFactory::Create methods.bug #925747 - Patch file extraction cleanup.bug #942152 - Fix error handling on NSS I/O layer.bug #960145 - IonMonkey: Don't ignore OSR-like values when computing phi ranges.bug #965982 - Clean up client threads before I/O on shutdown.bug #950604 - Backport of a small typed array bugfix.bug #967341 - Fix up URI management.bug #963974 - Null mCurrentCompositeTask after calling Cancel() on it.Download: Pale Moon 24.4.0 | 20.3 MB Pale Moon 24.4.0 x64 | 23.5 MB Portable Pale Moon 24.4.0 | 21.9 MB Portable Pale Moon 24.4.0 x64 | 26.4 MB
  11. MetaProducts Offline Explorer Enterprise 6.8.4098 SR2 + MetaProducts Portable Offline Browser 6.8.4098 SR2 MetaProducts Offline Explorer is a offline browser that allows you to download an unlimited number of your favorite Web and FTP sites for later offline viewing, editing or browsing. Using Offline Explorer Enterprise, you can download an unlimited number of your favorite Web, FTP, HTTPS, MMS, PNM and RTSP sites for later offline viewing, editing or browsing. Offline Explorer also has many web development features that allow you to easily edit, view, browse or search downloaded Web pages (Offline Explorer has a built-in internal browser.) One of its strengths is to allow you to select (include or exclude) individual servers, directories and files using keywords. Offline Explorer is known for its excellent user interface and for being one of the fastest known Web site downloaders available on the market today. Support of industry-standard technologies such as FTP, different proxy servers, Java and VB scripts, Java classes, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS,) Macromedia Flash, XML/XSL/DTD, Table Of Contents (TOC,) Acrobat (PDF,) M3U, AAM files, RealMedia (.SMIL, .RAM, .RPM,) MS NetShow Channel (.NSC,) VRML (.WRL, .WRZ,) QuickTime movies (.MOV) and cookies plus a built-in HTTP server that allows you to share downloaded files over an Intranet, make Offline Explorer the leader in offline browsing. The export feature allows you to copy downloaded sites to another location in different formats. Among its many awards, Offline Explorer is a ZDNet 5-star winner. Features: MetaProducts Portable Offline Browser is an offline browser / web sites downloader. It can be installed to a Flash/USB drive and run directly from it. You can plug the drive with the installed Portable Offline Browser into any Windows system and use it with no need to adjust settings. All your Projects and downloaded files will be there! And when you unplug, none of your personal data is left behind. Portable Offline Browser lets you take the web site with you when you travel with your laptop computer. When the flight attendants ask everybody to disconnect from the Internet, you still have your web sites on your hard drive. Even if the online content moves or changes, your files are still intact. You can even save streaming audio and video files to your hard disk, and play them back at the highest quality. And its powerful export feature allows you to share and transfer files, or burn them to CD in normal or Autorun mode. Best of all, the downloaded web sites can be viewed on Windows, Macintosh, and Linux computers. Features: Homepage: http://www.metaproducts.com/ OS: Windows 2003 / 2008 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: ML Tablet: Keygen / Patch Size: 16,45 / 13,37 MB
  12. With every website you visit, you’re vulnerable to malicious hackers out to steal your surfing history, passwords, email access, bank account numbers, medical info, and more. And the “big browsers” don’t do enough to stop it. But now you can protect yourself before you go on the Web – with WhiteHat Aviator, the Web’s most secure and private browser. With WhiteHat Aviator, you get the industry’s best and tightest security and privacy safeguards – all built-in, all activated, all ready-to-go. What makes WhiteHat Aviator so secure? WhiteHat Aviator; is built on Chromium, the same open-source foundation used by Google Chrome. Chromium has several unique, powerful security features. One is a "sandbox" that prevents websites from stealing files off your computer or infecting it with viruses. WhiteHat Aviator comes ready-to-go with hardened security and privacy settings, giving hackers less to work with. The default search engine is DuckDuckGo – not Google, which logs your activity. For good measure, Aviator integrates Disconnect – a crucial extension that blocks advertisements and much of the privacy-destroying tracking used across the Internet. WhiteHat Aviator is the only browser that is immediately ready and preconfigured with activated defenses against the most dangerous hacker attacks using technology that blocks unwanted ads, pop-ups, and spyware. WhiteHat Aviator also includes online scam and virus protection that warns you if a Web page you are about to visit is known to be fraudulent or harmful to your computer. Further, WhiteHat Aviator automatically updates to ensure your defenses are always cutting edge. And if WhiteHat Aviator comes across a malvertisement, our high-security "sandbox" keeps that code contained and unable to infect your computer. Aviator is designed for the every day person who really values their online security and privacy: We bundled Aviator with Disconnect to remove ads and trackingAviator is always in private modeEach tab is sandboxed (a sandbox provides controls to help prevent one program from making changes to others, or to your environment)We strip out referring URLs across domains to protect your privacyFlash and Java are click-to-play – greatly reducing the risk of drive-by downloadsWe block access to websites behind your firewall to prevent Intranet hackingHomepage:https://www.whitehatsec.com/aviator/ Download(windows):https://updates.aviatorbrowser.com/Win/Aviator.msi
  13. shamu726

    Pale Moon 24.6.1

    Pale Moon is a custom-built and optimized Firefox-based browser for Windows operating systems with current, high performance processors. It looks identical to the standard Firefox browser and supports Firefox extensions, themes and identities. Features: Highly optimized for modern processors100% Firefox sourced: As safe as the browser that has seen years of development.Uses slightly less memory because of disabled redundant and optional codeSignificant speed increases for page drawing and script processingStability: experience fewer browser crashes.Support for SVG and Canvas, and downloadable fonts including WOFFSupport for HTML5 and WebGL (v4+)Support for Firefox extensions (add-ons), themes and personasSupport for OOPP (Out-of-process plugin execution)Able to use existing Firefox bookmarks and settings with this migration toolView: Homepage | Release Notes Changelog: 24.6.1 (2014-06-08) A quick point release update mainly to address startup crashes. Fixes/changes: Update to address startup crashes if users previously changed the setting for Azure for ContentUpdate for texture handling to restore GDI compatibility (should fix some graphics glitches)Fix to handle invalid PDF plugin overlay stateMisc. additional security fixes ported over from Firefox (bugs #991981, #995679, #999651, #1009952, #1011007)Download: Pale Moon 24.6.1 | 20.3 MB Pale Moon 24.6.1 x64 | 23.5 MB Portable Pale Moon 24.6.1 | 21.9 MB Portable Pale Moon 24.6.1 x64 | 26.5 MB Pale Moon language packs
  14. Every month, the good folks from the Net Market Share reveal the current status of browsers and operating systems. Now, let's see how various Web browsers fared in the last month. The Internet Explorer has continued its massive dominance in the market. Internet Explorer 8 remains the most used Web browser. The stats suggest that more people have started using IE8, as its share went up from 21.25 percent to 21.56 percent. At the second sport surfs Internet Explorer 11, the current version of the giant Web browser. Its share has gone down from 17.01 percent to 16.78 percent. The biggest fall has been marked by Chrome 35, whose share went down from 12.5 percent to 9.08 percent. Whereas, the recently launched Chrome 36 has already snagged 5.72 percent share. It’s absurd that people are still using Chrome, despite the fact that it is after their laptop's battery. In some other changes, the share of Internet Explorer 9 surged a bit from 9.03 percent to 9.06 percent, whereas, Firefox 30 also climbed up from 5.62 percent it had a month earlier to 9.27 percent. Source
  15. Google’s desktop Web browser has inched past Firefox in market share calculated for June 2014 by Net Applications. Chrome went from 17.7% in May to 19.3% last month. That said, Internet Explorer still reigns supreme according to this particular data set, hovering above its competitors with a whopping 58.3% market share in June. Chrome was up to 17.1% in June 2013, after which point it lost some market share, only to get it back and actually start making advances again this May. On the other hand, over the past year Firefox has pretty consistently managed to lose market share one month after another. If you want to look at specific browser versions, leading the pack in June 2014 is IE8, with 21.2% of all traffic, followed by IE11 with 17%, and Chrome 35 with 12.5%. All of this information should be put into context, though. That’s because another company that tracks these things, namely StatCounter, has had Chrome as the No.1 browser (yes, even above IE) for quite a while now. The huge differences in reported market share numbers are down to each individual tracker’s methods of determining Web traffic data. Net Applications, for example (which is the source of today’s information), counts unique visitors (to websites) per day, and not pageviews. It’s also got a stronger presence in some countries compared to its competitors. Source
  16. http://get.geo.opera.com/ftp/pub/opera/desktop/22.0.1471.70/win/Opera_22.0.1471.70_Setup.exe
  17. http://get.geo.opera.com/ftp/pub/opera/desktop/23.0.1522.60/
  18. Cybercriminals always look for the weakest link they can leverage to make as many victims as possible, and it looks like web browsers with out-of-date plugins are the norm in Europe. Browser plugin update situation in Europe According to the latest statistics from the Germany-based Cyscon GmbH, a company specializing in detecting an mitigating cyber threats, the users of most countries in Europe rely on poorly updated web browsers to explore the online world, which translates into plenty of possible victims for the crooks. The company makes available an interactive map that shows, in percentage, the proportion of a country’s users that do not rely on a browser that integrate plugin components updated with the latest patches available. According to Cyscon’s statistics at the time of the writing, the European country whose users are more aware of the security risks posed by out of date web browsing software, is Netherlands, where 51% of the computer users have at least one plugin component in the browser that needs to be updated. Although this is an alarming value, the country whose users would be more prone to falling victim to a cybercriminal, is Croatia, where it appears that 97% of the users contributing to Cyscon’s statistics do not have installed all the updates for said components. It is followed by Republic of Moldova, with 94%, Serbia with 86% and Germany with 80%. As shown by these statistics, there is no country with users sufficiently aware of risk posed by an old component with security glitches, to report outdate information lower than 50%. Source
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