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Pale Moon Version 28.7.2 Released with Security Updates
« on: October 29, 2019, 12:45:50 PM »
Pale Moon has been updated to version 28.7.2. This is a security and bugfix update.

From the Release Notes:

Changes/fixes:
  • Disabled the use of ICC color profiles for images on Linux by default.
  • Updated timezone data for internationalization functions.
  • Fixed the option to use hardware acceleration over RDP for Windows 8.1 and 10.
  • Fixed an issue with inner window navigation potentially leaking.
  • Fixed a startup crash caused by Qihoo 360 Safeguard/360 Total Security.
  • Ported some expat parser fixes from upstream.
  • Ported several NSS upstream fixes to our build.
  • Aligned handling of U+0000 in the html5 parser with expectations.
  • Added size checks to WebGL data buffering.
  • Fixed build issues with newer glibc versions.
  • Fixed build issues for ARM targets.
  • Worked around a gcc9 compiler issue that would prevent building with it.
  • Sec bug fixes: CVE-2019-15903, CVE-2019-11757, CVE-2019-11763 and several potentially exploitable crashes and memory safety hazards that don't have a CVE number.
  • Unified XUL Platform Mozilla Security Patch Summary: 6 fixed, 6 DiD, 1 rejected, 24 not applicable.
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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Re: Pale Moon Version 28.7.2 Released with Security Updates
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2019, 12:08:26 PM »
Thanks. I wonder how I missed this yesterday?