Change history for Pale Moon Portable


2017-11-28 15:13:45
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-11-28 15:13:25
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.6.1 2
  • Release date: 2017-11-15 28
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-11-15 10:24:21
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-11-15 10:23:45
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.6.0 1
  • Release date: 2017-11-07 15
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-11-07 18:14:16
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-11-07 18:13:52
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.5 6.1 0
  • Release date: 2017-10 11-10 07
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-10-10 21:47:37
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-10-10 21:47:13
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.5.0 1
  • Keywords: pale%20moon palemoon
  • Release date: 2017-09 10-26 10
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-09-26 20:46:13
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-09-26 20:45:41
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.4 5.2.1 0
  • Release date: 2017-08 09-28 26
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-08-28 22:17:39
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-08-28 22:17:19
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.4.2.1
  • Release date: 2017-08-22 28
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-08-22 14:22:07
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-08-22 14:21:48
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.4.1 2
  • Release date: 2017-08-03 22
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-08-03 18:56:05
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-08-03 18:55:44
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.4.0 1
  • Release date: 2017-07 08-12 03
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-07-13 01:41:39
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-07-13 01:41:20
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.3 4.0
  • Release date: 2017-04 07-28 12
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-04-28 23:42:41
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-04-28 23:42:00
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.2 3.1 0
  • Release date: 2017-03 04-24 28
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-03-25 06:17:31
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.2.0 1
  • Release date: 2017-03-18 24
  • What's new: See: [ : [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-03-18 18:36:29
Updated by Ennovy

  • Version: v27.1.2.0
  • Release date: 2017-03-03 18
  • What's new: See: [ : [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-03-03 17:03:34
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.1.1 2
  • Release date: 2017-02 03-21 03
  • What's new: See: [ : [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-02-21 14:39:20
Updated by Ennovy

  • Version: v27.1.0 1
  • Release date: 2017-02-09 21
  • What's new: See: [ : [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-02-09 17:47:38
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2017-02-09 17:47:02
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.0 1.3 0
  • Release date: 2016 2017-12 02-16 09
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2016-12-16 16:17:39
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2016-12-16 16:17:10
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.0.2 3
  • Release date: 2016-12-02 16
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2016-12-02 16:58:46
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2016-12-02 16:58:20
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.0.1 2
  • Release date: 2016-11 12-28 02
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2016-11-28 22:52:53
Updated by billon

  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2016-11-28 22:52:22
Updated by billon

  • Version: v27.0.0 1
  • Release date: 2016-11-22 28
  • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


2016-11-23 15:34:15
Updated by billon


    2016-11-22 23:13:20
    Updated by billon

    • Similar/alternative apps: [url=http https://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=132]Firefox Portable[/url], [url=http https://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=2089]SeaMonkey Portable[/url], [url=http https://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=520]K-Meleon[/url]


    2016-11-22 23:11:21
    Updated by billon

    • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


    2016-11-22 23:10:58
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26 v27.5 0.0
    • System Requirement: WinXP
    • Release date: 2016-09 11-28 22
    • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


    2016-09-28 15:41:42
    Updated by billon

    • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


    2016-09-28 15:41:23
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26.4 5.1 0
    • Release date: 2016-09-12 28
    • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


    2016-09-21 12:36:59
    Updated by SYSTEM

    • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is a modified version of [url=index.php?id=132]Firefox[/url] focused on efficiency and ease of use. Some included optimizations work exclusively for modern chipsets. The program requires one of the following processors: [list] [*]Pentium IV, M, or D [*]Celeron-M or D [*]AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron [*]Any multi-core processor [/list] As a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. See [url=http://www.palemoon.org/technical.shtml]Pale Moon - technical[/url] for more information. Unlike Firefox, there is no support for accessibility features or parental controls.


    2016-09-12 16:36:06
    Updated by billon

    • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


    2016-09-12 16:35:50
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26.4.0 1
    • Release date: 2016-08 09-17 12
    • What's new: See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


    2016-08-17 22:12:07
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26.3 4.3 0
    • Release date: 2016-07 08-01 17
    • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed an additional issue found that could cause menu text on Windows 10 to be white-on-white (and therefore unreadable). [*]Fixed an issue with news feeds not showing up when embedded in web pages. [*]Removed recently-added parsing of the child-src content security policy directive, after some web compatibility issues with it came to light, as well as it becoming clear that the CSP spec will see it removed in favor of the previous directive for embedded content. This should fix some intermittent issues people have reported on e See: [url]http://www.g. the main google palemoon.com page and phpMyAdmin installations. [/list org/releasenotes.shtml[/url]


    2016-07-01 15:07:06
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v26.3.2 3
    • Size (in bytes): 25883801 51735867
    • Keywords: pale%20moon
    • Release date: 2016-06 07-27 01
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www Fixed an additional issue found that could cause menu text on Windows 10 to be white-on-white (and therefore unreadable). [*]Fixed an issue with news feeds not showing up when embedded in web pages. [*]Removed recently-added parsing of the child-src content security policy directive, after some web compatibility issues with it came to light, as well as it becoming clear that the CSP spec will see it removed in favor of the previous directive for embedded content. This should fix some intermittent issues people have reported on e.palemoon g. the main google.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/ com page and phpMyAdmin installations. [/list]


    2016-06-27 09:27:45
    Updated by billon

    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-06-27 09:27:26
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26.3.1 2
    • Release date: 2016-06-25 27
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-06-25 14:59:23
    Updated by billon

    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-06-25 14:59:03
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26.3.0 1
    • Release date: 2016-06-21 25
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-06-21 23:38:24
    Updated by billon

    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-06-21 23:38:05
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26.2 3.2 0
    • Release date: 2016-05 06-10 21
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-05-10 15:29:52
    Updated by billon

    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-05-10 15:29:34
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26.2.1 2
    • Release date: 2016-04 05-08 10
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-04-08 16:37:18
    Updated by billon

    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-04-08 16:37:01
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26.2.0 1
    • Release date: 2016-04-05 08
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-04-06 04:18:05
    Updated by billon

    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-04-06 04:17:48
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26.1 2.1 0
    • Release date: 2016-02 04-24 05
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-02-25 01:13:46
    Updated by billon

    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-02-25 01:13:28
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26.1.0 1
    • Release date: 2016-02-16 24
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-02-16 20:56:39
    Updated by billon

    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-02-16 20:56:21
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26.0 1.3 0
    • Release date: 2016-02-05 16
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-02-06 15:34:10
    Updated by billon

    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-02-06 15:33:47
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26.0.2 3
    • Release date: 2016-02-03 05
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-02-03 14:20:32
    Updated by billon

    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-02-03 14:20:15
    Updated by billon

    • Version: v26.0.0 2
    • Release date: 2016-01 02-26 03
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2016-01-26 18:13:48
    Updated by Checker

    • Size (in bytes): 26057328 25883801


    2016-01-26 18:12:01
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25 v26.8 0.1 0
    • Release date: 2015 2016-11 01-28 26
    • What's new: [list] [*]Fix for a crash that could occur at random since the update to 25 See: [url]http://www.8 palemoon.0. [*]Fix for CSP (Content Security Policy) to be more lenient towards the incorrect passing of full URLs with all sorts of parameters in the CSP header, leading to misinterpretation of the header and incorrectly blocking the loading of content. [/ org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2015-11-29 13:24:01
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.8.0 1
    • Size (in bytes): 26084248 26057328
    • Release date: 2015-11-17 28
    • What's new: Fixes/changes: [ [list] [*]Updated Fix LibVPX for to a 1.4.x crash to that be could able occur to at play random more kinds of VP9-encoded videos. [*]Updated since the JPEG decoder library update to 1 25.4 8.0. [*]Fixed Fix and for cleaned up XPCOM timer thread code to avoid intermittent issues with events not firing CSP (especially Content after stand-by). [*]Updated overrides to work around issues with Facebook and Netflix. [*]Fixed an issue where too-old system-supplied NSPR and/or NSS libraries would be accepted for use. [/list] Security fixes: [list] [*]Updated the libpng library to 1.5.24 to address critical security issues. [*]Updated the NSPR library to 4.10.10 to address several security issues. [*]Updated the NSS library to 3.19.4 to address several security issues. [*]Fixed a memory safety hazard in SVG path code. [*]Fixed an issue with IP address parsing potentially allowing an attacker to bypass the Same Origin Policy. [*]Fixed an Add-on SDK (Jetpack) issue that would allow scripts to be executed more despite lenient being towards forbidden. [*]Fixed the a incorrect crash passing due to a buffer underflow in libjar. [*]Fixed an issue for Android of full screen URLs that with would all potentially sorts allow of address spoofing. [*]Added size checks parameters in canvas manipulations to avoid potential image encoding vulnerabilities. [b]DiD[/b] [*]Fixed potential information disclosure vulnerabilities through the NTLM CSP authentication mechanism. Insecure NTLM v1 is now disabled by default header, and the workstation name is set leading to WORKSTATION misinterpretation by of default (configurable the with header a and preference incorrectly for blocking environments the where identification loading of workstations is done by actual reported machine name). [*]Fixed a potentially vulnerable crash from a spinning event loop during resize painting. [b]DiD[/b] [*]Fixed several Javascript-based memory safety hazards. [b]DiD[/b] [/ content. [/list] [b]DiD[/b]: This means that the fix is "Defense-in-Depth": It is a fix that does not apply to an actively exploitable vulnerability in Pale Moon, but prevents future vulnerabilities caused by the same code when surrounding code changes, exposing the problem.


    2015-11-17 19:04:54
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.7 8.3 0
    • Size (in bytes): 25838746 26084248
    • Release date: 2015-10 11-14 17
    • What's new: [ Fixes/changes: [list] [*]This Updated is LibVPX a to usability 1.4.x update to needed be due able to play more kinds of VP9-encoded videos. [*]Updated the fact JPEG that decoder Mozilla library has to shut 1.4.0. [*]Fixed down and their cleaned key up XPCOM timer thread code to avoid intermittent issues with events not exchange firing (J especially after stand-PAKE) server by). [*]Updated along overrides to work around issues with the Facebook old and Sync Netflix. [*]Fixed servers. This an was issue unexpected where too-old system-supplied NSPR and/or required NSS us libraries to would set be up accepted our for own use. [/list] Security key fixes: [list] [*]Updated server (testing the indicates libpng this library works to as-expected, but 1.5.24 please to do address report critical any security issues on . [*]Updated the forum) - which NSPR also library required to reconfiguration 4.10.10 of to address several security issues. [*]Updated the browser NSS library to 3.Please 19.4 note to that address older several versions security of issues. [*]Fixed a memory safety hazard in SVG path code. [*]Fixed an issue with IP address parsing potentially allowing an attacker to bypass the browser Same will Origin no Policy. [*]Fixed longer an be Add-on able SDK (Jetpack) issue that would allow scripts to link be devices executed despite being forbidden. [*]Fixed a crash due to a sync buffer account underflow using in the libjar. [*]Fixed 12-character an code issue since for it Android requires full a screen Mozilla that server would no potentially longer allow present address spoofing. [*]Added size checks in canvas manipulations to avoid potential image encoding vulnerabilities. [b]DiD[/b] [*]Fixed potential information disclosure vulnerabilities through the NTLM authentication mechanism. If Insecure you NTLM need v1 this is functionality now disabled by default, you and must the update workstation name is set to this WORKSTATION version by or default (configurable later. [/ with a preference for environments where identification of workstations is done by actual reported machine name). [*]Fixed a potentially vulnerable crash from a spinning event loop during resize painting. [b]DiD[/b] [*]Fixed several Javascript-based memory safety hazards. [b]DiD[/b] [/list] [b]DiD[/b]: This means that the fix is "Defense-in-Depth": It is a fix that does not apply to an actively exploitable vulnerability in Pale Moon, but prevents future vulnerabilities caused by the same code when surrounding code changes, exposing the problem.


    2015-10-14 18:23:25
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.7.2 3
    • Size (in bytes): 25838743 25838746
    • Release date: 2015-10-02 14
    • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed This is a critical usability hang update caused needed by due recursive to reloads the fact that might Mozilla happen has in shut iframes down if their its key hash exchange (J-PAKE) server changed. [*]Fixed along a with critical the hang old caused Sync by servers. This lazy was unexpected and required us to set up our own key server (testing indicates this works as-loading expected, but please do report any issues on the forum) - which also required reconfiguration of stylesheets the through browser. Please note that older versions of the browser will no longer be able to link devices to a specific sync web account programming using technique the as 12-character code since it requires a Mozilla server no longer present. If you need this functionality, you must update to advocated this by version Google's or PageSpeed later. [/list]


    2015-10-02 13:14:15
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.7.1 2
    • Size (in bytes): 25839255 25838743
    • Release date: 2015-09 10-28 02
    • What's new: Fixes/changes: [ [list] [*]Code cleanup: Removed the majority of remaining telemetry code (including the data reporting back-end and health report) to prevent a few issues with partially removed code in earlier versions. [*]Fixed a crash critical due hang to caused handling of bogus URIs passed to CSS style filters (e.g. whatsapp's web interface). [*]Permitted spec-breaking syntax in Regex character by classes, allowing recursive ranges reloads that would might be permitted per the grammar rules happen in the iframes spec if but its not hash necessarily following the syntax rules. This impacts a good number of (also higher profile) sites that use invalid ranges in regular expressions (e.g. Cisco's networking academy site, Yahoo Fantasy Football). [*] changed. [*]Fixed a crash critical due hang to caused the by newly introduced WASAPI handling lazy-loading of audio stylesheets channel mapping that doesn't like actual surround hardware setups (e.g. playing through a video with quadraphonic audio on a 4-speaker setup). [*]Fixed an issue where site-specific dictionary web selections programming would technique be as written advocated to by content preferences without the user Google's action, potentially overwriting or clearing a previously-chosen dictionary. [*]Added support for drag and drop of local files from sources which use text/uri-lists. (Some Linux flavors/file managers) [*]Updated libnestegg to the most current version. [*]Fixed an issue where setting the location to an empty string could cause a reload loop PageSpeed. [/list]Security fixes: [list] [*]Changed the jemalloc poison address to something that is not a NOP-slide. [b]DiD[/b] [*]Fixed a memory safety hazard in ConvertDialogOptions. [*]Fixed a buffer overflow/crash hazard in the VertexBufferInterface::reserveVertexSpace function in libGLES in ANGLE. [*]Fixed an overflow/crash hazard in the XULContentSinkImpl::AddText function. [*]Fixed a stack buffer overread hazard in the ICC v4 profile parser. [*]Fixed an HTMLVideoElement Use-After-Free Remote Code Execution 0-day vulnerability. [*]Fixed a potentially exploitable crash in nsXBLService::GetBinding. [*]Fixed a memory safety hazard in nsAttrAndChildArray::GrowBy. [*]Fixed a memory safety hazard for callers of nsUnicodeToUTF8::GetMaxLength. [*]Fixed a heap buffer overflow/crash hazard caused by invalid WebM headers. [/list] [b]DiD:[/b] This means that the fix is "Defense-in-Depth": It is a fix that does not apply to an actively exploitable vulnerability in Pale Moon, but prevents future vulnerabilities caused by the same code when surrounding code changes, exposing the problem.


    2015-09-28 13:35:15
    Updated by Checker

    • System Requirement: WinXP


    2015-09-28 13:30:30
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.7.0 1
    • System Requirement:
    • Size (in bytes): 25918702 25839255
    • Release date: 2015-08 09-26 28
    • What's new: Fixes/changes: [list] [*]Code cleanup: Removed the majority of remaining telemetry code (otherwise including unused the data reporting back-end and health report) visual to event prevent tracer a code. [*]Code few cleanup: Removed issues reflow with performance partially tracing removed code (telemetry). [*] in earlier versions. [*]Fixed a key crash JavaScript due bug to where handling defining of properties bogus on URIs an passed object to would CSS wipe style the object filters (e.This g. whatsapp's seems web to interface). [*]Permitted be spec-breaking a syntax common in issue Regex with "modern" libraries character classes, allowing ranges that use "define" instead would of "change" and be permitted expecting per the other grammar properties rules on in the object spec to but be not retained, resulting necessarily in "x following is the undefined" errors syntax all rules. This over impacts the a place good if number the of (also object higher is profile) sites wiped. This that aligns use the invalid behavior ranges with in ES6 regular expressions (e.g. Cisco's "Validate and networking apply academy property site, Yahoo descriptor" pseudo-function. [*]Updated Fantasy the Football). [*]Fixed SQLite a library crash due to 3.8.11.1. [*]Added the support newly for introduced the WASAPI element.matches() Web handling API of function. [*]Added audio support channel for mapping BASE that tag doesn't parsing like in actual source surround view hardware setups (e.g. Previously, when playing viewing a the video source with of quadraphonic audio on a document, clickable 4-speaker setup). [*]Fixed an issue where site-specific dictionary links selections would be incorrect written if to a content base preferences path without was the specified user's in action, potentially the overwriting document or with clearing this a tag previously-chosen dictionary. [*]Fixed Added an support issue for with drag running and timers drop after of the local computer files would from have sources been which use text/uri-lists. (Some Linux flavors/file managers) [*]Updated put libnestegg to sleep the with most current version. [*]Fixed an issue where setting the browser location opened to an empty string could cause a reload loop. [/list] Security fixes: [list] [*]Added Changed protection the against jemalloc potential poison bugs address where to our something SVG mPositions that is out not of a sync with the characters in the DOM NOP-slide. [b]DiD[/b] [*]Fixed use-after-free a vulnerability memory safety hazard in XMLHttpRequest::Open(). [*] ConvertDialogOptions. [*]Fixed use-after-free a vulnerability buffer overflow/crash hazard in the StyleAnimationValue VertexBufferInterface::reserveVertexSpace function in libGLES in class ANGLE. [*]Fixed an overflow/crash or hazard memory in corruption the in XULContentSinkImpl::AddText nsTArray function. [*]Fixed crash a or stack memory buffer corruption overread hazard in nsTSubstring::ReplacePrep the ICC v4 profile parser. [*]Fixed potential an escalation HTMLVideoElement of Use-After-Free privileges Remote or Code crash (out Execution 0-of-bounds day write) via vulnerability. [*]Fixed a crafted potentially name exploitable crash in MARs (x64 only). [*] nsXBLService::GetBinding. [*]Fixed an a issue memory that safety would hazard allow man-in-the-middle attackers nsAttrAndChildArray::GrowBy. [*]Fixed to a bypass memory a safety mixed-content hazard protection for mechanism callers via of nsUnicodeToUTF8::GetMaxLength. [*]Fixed a feed: URL heap in buffer a overflow/crash hazard caused by invalid POST WebM request headers. [/list] [b]DiD[/ :[/b] This means that the fix is "Defense-in-Depth": It is a fix that does not apply to an actively exploitable vulnerability in Pale Moon, but prevents future vulnerabilities caused by the same code when surrounding code changes, exposing the problem.


    2015-08-26 18:20:57
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.6 7.0
    • Size (in bytes): 24511968 25918702
    • Release date: 2015-07 08-27 26
    • What's new: [ Fixes/changes: [list] [*]See: [url=http://www Code cleanup: Removed the (otherwise unused) visual event tracer code. [*]Code cleanup: Removed reflow performance tracing code (telemetry). [*]Fixed a key JavaScript bug where defining properties on an object would wipe the object. palemoon This seems to be a common issue with "modern" libraries that use "define" instead of "change" and expecting the other properties on the object to be retained, resulting in "x is undefined" errors all over the place if the object is wiped. org/releasenotes This aligns the behavior with ES6's "Validate and apply property descriptor" pseudo-function. [*]Updated the SQLite library to 3.shtml]http://www 8.palemoon 11.org/releasenotes 1. [*]Added support for the element.shtml matches() Web API function. [*]Added support for BASE tag parsing in source view. Previously, when viewing the source of a document, clickable links would be incorrect if a base path was specified in the document with this tag. [*]Fixed an issue with running timers after the computer would have been put to sleep with the browser opened. [/list] Security fixes: [list] [*]Added protection against potential bugs where our SVG mPositions is out of sync with the characters in the DOM. [b]DiD[/url] [/ b] [*]Fixed use-after-free vulnerability in XMLHttpRequest::Open(). [*]Fixed use-after-free vulnerability in the StyleAnimationValue class. [*]Fixed crash or memory corruption in nsTArray. [*]Fixed crash or memory corruption in nsTSubstring::ReplacePrep. [*]Fixed potential escalation of privileges or crash (out-of-bounds write) via a crafted name in MARs (x64 only). [*]Fixed an issue that would allow man-in-the-middle attackers to bypass a mixed-content protection mechanism via a feed: URL in a POST request. [/list] [b]DiD[/b] This means that the fix is "Defense-in-Depth": It is a fix that does not apply to an actively exploitable vulnerability in Pale Moon, but prevents future vulnerabilities caused by the same code when surrounding code changes, exposing the problem.


    2015-07-27 19:03:52
    Updated by Checker

    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url=http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2015-07-27 19:03:16
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.5 6.0
    • Size (in bytes): 23058097 24511968
    • Release date: 2015-06 07-10 27
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url=http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2015-07-18 22:56:20
    Updated by freakazoid

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    2015-07-18 22:55:59
    Updated by freakazoid

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    2015-06-10 17:53:21
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.4 5.1 0
    • Size (in bytes): 23031173 23058097
    • Release date: 2015-05 06-10
    • What's new: This is a small but important update to the previous major release to address some critical issues: [ [list] [*]Fixed loss of the browser's disk cache on startup due to incorrect corruption detection logic. [*]Fixed a browser crash on some HTML5 games. [/ See: [url=http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2015-05-10 18:21:59
    Updated by Checker

    • Size (in bytes): 23199621 23031173


    2015-05-10 18:18:53
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.4.0 1
    • Release date: 2015-05-08 10
    • What's new: [ This is a small but important update to the previous major release to address some critical issues: [list] [*]See: [url=http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/ Fixed loss of the browser's disk cache on startup due to incorrect corruption detection logic. [*]Fixed a browser crash on some HTML5 games. [/list]


    2015-05-09 20:47:23
    Updated by webfork

    • License: MPL/GPL/LGPL ([ + [url=http://www.palemoon.org/technical redist.shtml#GeekCorner]source redistribution code restrictions[/url]) with additional [url=http://www.palemoo ]


    2015-05-08 17:39:44
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.3 4.2 0
    • Size (in bytes): 25860525 23199621
    • Release date: 2015-04 05-25 08
    • What's new: [list] [*]This release is an emergency update to fix crashes that started occurring because of Mozilla improperly signing the extensions and extension updates as offered through the Firefox Add-ons site addons See: [url=http://www.mozilla palemoon.org. Any improperly signed extension would not be able to be installed, and would immediately crash the browser. [/list /releasenotes.shtml]No other changes were made in this release - this is a bugfix for this particular issue only http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2015-04-26 12:52:26
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.3.1 2
    • Size (in bytes): 25860536 25860525
    • Release date: 2015-03 04-25
    • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed security vulnerability [url=http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2015-0818]CVE-2015-0818[/url]. This vulnerability release would is allow an remote emergency attackers update to bypass fix the crashes Same that Origin started Policy occurring because of Mozilla improperly signing the extensions and execute extension arbitrary updates JavaScript as code offered with through chrome the privileges Firefox via Add-ons vectors site involving addons.mozilla.org. Any SVG improperly hash signed navigation. [*]Fixed extension IPv6 would DNS not resolution be regression able in to some be less installed, and common would cases immediately crash the browser. [/list] No other changes were made in this release - this is a bugfix for this particular issue only.


    2015-04-05 05:10:50
    Updated by webfork

    • How to extract: Download the Self-extracting 7-Zip package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch [i]Palemoon-Portable.exe[/i].
    • Stealth (details): Leaves the following empty folders behind: [list] [*]% ] [*][i]%appdata%\Mozilla [*]% [/i] [*][i]%appdata%\Mozilla\Extensions [*]% [/i] [*][i]%appdata%\Moonchild Productions [*]% [/i] [*][i]%appdata%\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon[/i] [/list]


    2015-03-25 21:11:10
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.3.0 1
    • Size (in bytes): 25999832 25860536
    • Release date: 2015-03-13 25
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [ Fixed security vulnerability [url=http://www cve.palemoon mitre.org/releasenotes cgi-bin/cvename.shtml cgi?name=CVE-2015-0818]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml CVE-2015-0818[/url] [/ ]. This vulnerability would allow remote attackers to bypass the Same Origin Policy and execute arbitrary JavaScript code with chrome privileges via vectors involving SVG hash navigation. [*]Fixed IPv6 DNS resolution regression in some less common cases. [/list]


    2015-03-13 16:39:03
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.2 3.1 0
    • Size (in bytes): 25967783 25999832
    • Release date: 2015-01 03-27 13
    • What's new: [list] [*]This is a small update to address cookie handling through proxies causing issues for some authenticating proxies in corporate environments. [/ See: [url=http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2015-01-27 17:56:08
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.2.0 1
    • Size (in bytes): 25965981 25967783
    • Release date: 2015-01-15 27
    • What's new: This is an important update after rapid development on the back-end to extend browser capabilities and implement some ES6 draft functions for web programmers, as well as provide some important crashfixes, bugfixes and security updates. Fixes/changes: [ [list] [*]ES6: Added the following functions: - Array.prototype.find and Array.prototype.findIndex. - IsConstructor(arg). - Array.of(items...). - Number.parseInt and Number.parseFloat. - Advanced math functions: hyperbolic sin/cos/tan/asin/acos/atan, hypotenuse, cube root, expm1, log1p, log10, log2, sign and trunc. - Map.prototype.forEach and Set.prototype.forEach. [*]ES6: Added the following number constants: EPSILON, MIN_SAFE_INTEGER and MAX_SAFE_INTEGER. [*]ES6: Added the use of binary and octal numeric literals (&b... and &o...). [*]ES6: Updated behavior of accessing indexed values in accordance with the spec. [*]CSS: Added overflow-clip-box:content-box|padding-box. [*]DOM: Added table.createTBody() function. [*]Added a clearer alltabs button for dark personas. [*]Added a development tools toggle hotkey (F12). [*]Added a preference prompts.tab_modal.focusSwitch to enable or disable tab switching when a modal dialog (e.g. javascript This confirmation) is presented in a page. [*]IonMonkey small on Android: fixed the implementation of AbsI. [*]IonMonkey: fixed a bug where actively used objects were discarded. [*]Fixed register initialization update to prevent address incorrect detection of SIMD instructions on some CPUs. [*]Optimized some loops in the spell checker to increase performance. [*]Simplified cache cookie handling, updated cache through parameters proxies to better reflect current web use, and enabled automatic cache sizing by default. [*]Adjusted memory cache sizing to better reflect capacities of current hardware. [*]Updated UserAgent override workarounds for Netflix and FaceBook to fix some site causing issues. [*]Aligned programmatic access to geolocation with the spec. [*]Fixed a crash when being fed a data file (XML) with too deeply nested tags. [*]Fixed a crash in HTML5/WebAudio that affected some games. [*]Fixed a crash when programmatically collapsing elements. [*]Fixed a few non-breaking bugs related to e10s code. [*]Fixed text input/padding issues. [*]Updated surround downmixing code for Vorbis. [*]Improved tolerance in WebAudio for loading multichannel audio files. [*]Android: Fixed an issue with Flash, it should now run on more devices. [*]Updated the DDG search plugin to make the actual query be the last parameter in the address bar for easy editing after a search has been performed. [*]Removed some unused authenticating update channel code. [*]Updated branding to more clearly indicate Pale Moon's trademark. [*]Updated some licensing texts proxies in-browser to properly reflect used code and rights. [/list] Security/privacy fixes: [list] [*]Added a preference network.stricttransportsecurity.enabled to enable or disable the use of HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security), allowing users to choose between privacy and security in this matter. (hidden pref) [*]Fixed CVE-2014-1589 by whitelisting XBL bindings that may be applied to untrusted content. [*]Important: extension developers should read this related thread. [*]Fixed CVE-2014-1593. [*]Mac: fixed CVE-2014-1595. [*]Fixed CVE-2014-8639 by adjusting cookie handling through proxies. [*]Fixed CVE-2014-8636. [*]Fixed several memory safety hazards that do not have CVE corporate numbers environments. [/list]


    2015-01-17 15:46:37
    Updated by Checker

    • Release date: 0000 2015-00 01-00 15


    2015-01-15 18:05:26
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.1 2.0
    • Size (in bytes): 25960579 25965981
    • What's new: [list] [*]New This feature: Multi-line is flexbox an support. Pale important Moon update now after supports rapid more development advanced on multi-line the and multi back-column flex elements. This will allow websites end to use extend these browser elements for easier responsive design of web pages capabilities and ordering/layout implement of some multiple ES6 elements. This draft has been on Pale Moon's to-do list functions for a web while programmers, as but well was as rather provide complex some to important tackle crashfixes, hence bugfixes the and delay security in updates. Fixes/changes: [list] [*]ES6: Added implementation. This the should following address functions: - Array.prototype.find layout and issues Array.prototype.findIndex. - IsConstructor(arg). - Array.of(items...). - Number.parseInt on and several recently-updated websites (e Number.g. the parseFloat. - Advanced MSN math home page). [*]New feature functions: Added hyperbolic support sin/cos/tan/asin/acos/atan, hypotenuse, cube for root, expm1, log1p, log10, log2, sign collapsed and flex trunc. - Map.prototype.forEach element and items Set.prototype.forEach. [*]Enhanced feature ES6: Content Added Security the Policy (CSP). Pale following Moon number now constants: EPSILON, MIN_SAFE_INTEGER fully and supports MAX_SAFE_INTEGER. [*]ES6: Added the CSP use 1.0 of specification binary allowing and websites octal to numeric set literals (&b... and &o...). [*]ES6: Updated restrictions behavior on of content accessing to indexed prevent XSS (Cross-site scripting) attacks. Previously, the implementation values in Pale accordance Moon with was the partial, and spec. [*]CSS: Added did overflow-clip-box:content-box|padding-box. [*]DOM: Added not support table.createTBody() function. [*]Added a number clearer of alltabs features, resulting button in for some dark websites personas. 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[*]Fixed these a features crash reduces in input HTML5/WebAudio complexity that and affected overhead some for games. [*]Fixed a feature crash not when actively programmatically used. This collapsing also elements. [*]Fixed circumvents a privacy few concerns/confusion like CVE non-2014-1586. [*]Improved breaking tab bugs handling on lightweight themes (personas) some more related to enhance e10s contrast on certain themes and to make the tab hover effect slightly more distinct code. [*]Fixed oversized text input/blocky padding menu issues. [*]Updated arrows surround on downmixing Windows code 8.1 for in HiDPI mode Vorbis. [*]Fixed Improved incorrect tolerance operating in system WebAudio being for passed loading on multichannel to audio addons.mozilla.org files. [*]Android: Fixed an error issue being with thrown Flash, it in should the now error run console/web on console more when opening a new window devices. [*]Removed Updated the NVidia DDG 3D search Vision plugin auxiliary to utility make library. This the library actual has query been be the likely last cause parameter for in a the number address of bar crashes for on easy NVidia editing cards, and after is a completely search unnecessary has for been Pale Moon performed. [*]Made Removed the some installer unused less update aggressive channel for code. [*]Updated file branding type associations, to prevent "stealing" of more globally clearly associated indicate file Pale types. [*]Android: Improved Moon's restoring of session tabs trademark. [*]Android: Added Updated an some option licensing to texts automatically restore tabs. An important thing in-browser to note properly with reflect this used new code option and is rights. [/list] Security/privacy the fixes: [list] [*]Added following: with a the option preference network.stricttransportsecurity.enabled, Pale Moon to will enable now or automatically restore tabs you had open previously when disable the app use gets of suspended HSTS (pushed HTTP out Strict of Transport memory Security), allowing by users other to apps, closed choose by between swipe, etc.). The "quit" main privacy menu and option, however, completely security shuts in down this your matter. (hidden session, unloads pref) [*]Fixed Pale CVE-2014-1589 Moon by from whitelisting active XBL memory, and bindings tabs that will not may be automatically applied restored to when untrusted you content. [*]Important: extension launch developers Pale should Moon read again. This is by design. To restore tabs in that situation, use the link from the this home related screen thread. [*]Fixed memory security hazards CVE-2014-1574 and 1593. [*]Mac: fixed CVE-2014-1575 1595. [*]Fixed CVE-2014-1581. [*]Fixed 8639 bug by 1069584: Bail adjusting if cookie a handling cairo through surface is in an invalid state. [*]Made sure to initialize surfaces for draw targets proxies. [*]Fixed bug 1074280: Use AsContainerLayer() in order to avoid a bad cast CVE-2014-8636. [*]Fixed several problems memory in safety the hazards HTML that parser. [*]Improved do security not of have XHR by filtering out types of requests that can potentially be CVE abused numbers. [/list]


    2014-11-14 16:22:50
    Updated by Checker

    • What's new: [list] [*]New feature: Multi-line flexbox support. Pale Moon now supports more advanced multi-line and multi-column flex elements. This will allow websites to use these elements for easier responsive design of web pages and ordering/layout of multiple elements. This has been on Pale Moon's to-do list for a while but was rather complex to tackle, hence the delay in implementation. This should address layout issues on several recently-updated websites (e.g. the MSN home page). [*]New feature: added Added support for collapsed flex element items.  . [*]Enhanced feature: Content Security Policy (CSP) ). Pale Moon now fully supports the CSP 1.0 specification allowing websites to set restrictions on content to prevent XSS (Cross-site scripting) attacks. Previously, the implementation in Pale Moon was partial, and did not support a number of features, resulting in some websites not rendering properly because Pale Moon was being too strict in enforcing the policy. This should address issues on websites enforcing CSP (e.g. the Dropbox web interface and FaceBook galleries). [*]New feature: Added support for iframes with inline content. [*]Updated the Firefox Compatibility mode version to 31.9. With the improvements in rendering and overall feature set, the Firefox Compatibility mode (as presented in the UserAgent string) has been bumped to prevent websites from complaining about "using a too old/unsupported version of Firefox" (e.g. Google websites). [*]Pale Moon no longer builds the so-called "media navigator" by default. This module provides access to the user's webcam and microphone. Although it can be used for other purposes, in practice this is only used for WebRTC and, in fact, its support (GetUserMedia) is often mistaken for actually supporting WebRTC in a browser (causing errors since Pale Moon does not support WebRTC). No longer including these features reduces input complexity and overhead for a feature not actively used. This also circumvents privacy concerns/confusion like CVE-2014-1586. [*]Improved tab handling on lightweight themes (personas) some more to enhance contrast on certain themes and to make the tab hover effect slightly more distinct. [*]Fixed oversized/blocky menu arrows on Windows 8.1 in HiDPI mode. [*]Fixed incorrect operating system being passed on to addons.mozilla.org. [*]Fixed an error being thrown in the error console/web console when opening a new window. [*]Removed the NVidia 3D Vision auxiliary utility library. This library has been the likely cause for a number of crashes on NVidia cards, and is completely unnecessary for Pale Moon. [*]Made the installer less aggressive for file type associations, to prevent "stealing" of globally associated file types. [*]Android: Improved restoring of session tabs. [*]Android: Added an option to automatically restore tabs. An important thing to note with this new option is the following: with the option enabled, Pale Moon will now automatically restore tabs you had open previously when the app gets suspended (pushed out of memory by other apps, closed by swipe, etc.). The "quit" main menu option, however, completely shuts down your session, unloads Pale Moon from active memory, and tabs will not be automatically restored when you launch Pale Moon again. This is by design. To restore tabs in that situation, use the link from the home screen. [*]Fixed memory security hazards CVE-2014-1574 and CVE-2014-1575. [*]Fixed CVE-2014-1581. [*]Fixed bug 1069584: Bail if a cairo surface is in an invalid state. [*]Made sure to initialize surfaces for draw targets. [*]Fixed bug 1074280: Use AsContainerLayer() in order to avoid a bad cast. [*]Fixed several problems in the HTML parser. [*]Improved security of XHR by filtering out types of requests that can potentially be abused. [/list]


    2014-11-14 16:21:34
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.0 1.2 0
    • Size (in bytes): 25973371 25960579
    • What's new: [list] [*]Added New a "Firefox feature: Multi-line compatibility flexbox mode" selection support. Pale in Moon Options -> Advanced. This now mode supports is more enabled advanced by multi-line default (reluctantly and so), because multi-column too flex many elements. This will allow websites (including some to very use big these players elements who, themselves, promote for an easier Open responsive Web...) still design use of very web poor pages browser and detection ordering/layout of multiple elements. This methods has based been on arbitrary Pale User Moon's Agent to-do string list comparisons, not for catering a to while alternative but browsers was rather complex to tackle, and hence the resulting delay user in experience implementation. This being should poor address layout issues on several recently-updated websites (being e.g. the presented MSN with home mobile page). 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With using "black" personas/lightweight the themes improvements should in now rendering have and a overall lot feature less set, the difficulty Firefox distinguishing Compatibility mode (as presented in the active UserAgent tab. [*]Disabled string) has SSL been 3 bumped to prevent websites from complaining about "using a too old/unsupported version of Firefox" (e.0 g. Google websites). [*]Pale Moon no longer builds the so-called "media navigator" by default (to . This put module a provides muzzle access on to the POODLE). Please user's note webcam that and this microphone. Although may it cause can issues be with used some for poorly other configured purposes, in web practice servers this is only used for WebRTC and, in fact, its support (usually GetUserMedia) is ones often with mistaken for actually supporting WebRTC in a hopelessly browser (causing broken errors security since setup Pale that Moon do does not support TLS WebRTC). 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[*]Made the installer less aggressive for file type associations, to install prevent "stealing" of globally associated file types. [*]Android: Improved restoring of session tabs. [*]Android: Added an extension option to automatically restore tabs. An important thing to note with this new option is the following: with the option enabled, Pale Moon will now automatically restore tabs you had open previously when the app gets suspended (pushed out of memory by other apps, closed by swipe, etc.). The "quit" main menu option, however, completely shuts down your session, unloads Pale Moon from active memory, and tabs will not on be addons.mozilla.org automatically restored when you launch Pale Moon again. This is by design. To restore tabs in that situation, use the link from the home screen. [*]Fixed the memory internal security UA hazards CVE-sniffing 2014-1574 insanity and that CVE-2014-1575. [*]Fixed broke CVE-2014-1581. [*]Fixed devtools bug 1069584: Bail if a cairo surface is in an invalid state. [*]Made sure to initialize surfaces for draw targets. [*]Fixed bug 1074280: Use AsContainerLayer() in order to avoid a few bad different cast. [*]Fixed and several colorful problems in the HTML parser. [*]Improved security of XHR by filtering out types of requests that can potentially be ways abused. [/list]


    2014-11-08 03:25:49
    Updated by webfork

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    2014-10-24 18:28:22
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.0.1 2
    • Size (in bytes): 25973427 25973371
    • What's new: [list] [*]Update Added of a "Firefox the compatibility mode" selection in Options -> Advanced. This mode is enabled by default (reluctantly so), because too many websites (including some very big players who, themselves, promote an Open Web...) still use very poor browser detection methods based add-on SDK arbitrary to User add Agent missing "Pale string Moon" engine comparisons, not entries catering to lists. alternative browsers, and the resulting user experience being poor (being presented with mobile site layouts, broken pages, or even being flat-out refused service because someone exercises freedom of choice for web browser used). This should fix alleviate extension most, if compatibility not all, issues for with jetpack browser-discriminating extensions websites. [*]Improved that active otherwise tab already display work on with particularly the dark new personas. People GUID. [*]About using "black" personas/lightweight box themes release should notes now link have corrected. [*]Fix a for lot VP9 less decoder difficulty vulnerability distinguishing the active tab. [*]Fix Disabled for SSL direct 3.0 access by default (to raw put connection a sockets muzzle in on http. [*]Fix the for POODLE). Please unsafe note conversion that to this JSON may cause issues with some poorly configured web servers (usually ones with a hopelessly broken security setup that do not support TLS 1.2 or secure (re)negotiation of data the protocol). [*]Fixed add-on update issue (that was preventing update checking through addons.palemoon.org). [*]Fixed the alarm redundant dom redundancy element. [*]Update in of asking NSS redundantly if the browser would be allowed to 3 ask to install an extension when not on addons.16 mozilla.2.2 org. [*]Fixed the internal UA-RTM sniffing insanity that broke devtools in a few different and colorful ways. [/list]


    2014-10-16 02:35:06
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v25.0.0 1
    • Size (in bytes): 25972530 25973427
    • What's new: [list] [*]See: [url= Update of the add-on SDK to add missing "Pale Moon" engine entries to lists. This should fix extension compatibility issues for jetpack extensions that otherwise already work with the new GUID. [*]About box release notes link corrected. [*]Fix for VP9 decoder vulnerability. [*]Fix for direct access to raw connection sockets in http://www . [*]Fix for unsafe conversion to JSON of data through the alarm dom element. [*]Update of NSS to 3.palemoon 16.org/releasenotes 2.shtml]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/ 2-RTM. [/list]


    2014-10-12 14:42:07
    Updated by Checker

    • System Requirement: WinXP


    2014-10-12 14:40:52
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v24 v25.7 0.2 0
    • Size (in bytes): 25994445 25972530
    • What's new: Fixes/Changes: [ [list] [*]Use (i) icon for error console informational messages instead of (?). [*]Properly derive and insert the host of a URL. [*]Avoid negative audio ratios. [*]Release XPCOM timer immediately after firing to prevent a race condition. [*]Add is-object check to IonBuilder::makeCallHelper. [/ See: [url=http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2014-09-11 16:06:48
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v24.7.1 2
    • Size (in bytes): 25999602 25994445
    • What's new: Fixes/changes Changes: [list] [*]Fixed Use (i) icon a for text error rendering console issue informational with messages the instead new of (?). [*]Properly back-end derive on and overdraw layers when hardware acceleration is in use on Windows. This may also solve some additional small issues in insert the user host interface of that a weren't URL. [*]Avoid present negative before audio 24.7.0 ratios. [*]Fixed Release the XPCOM use timer of immediately Google after Maps. If firing you to previously prevent used a the race workaround condition. [*]Add in is-object 24.7, then check please to remove the user-set preference (right-click -> reset). [/ IonBuilder::makeCallHelper. [/list]


    2014-08-07 17:33:45
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v24.7.0 1
    • Size (in bytes): 25948107 25999602
    • What's new: [ Fixes/changes: [list] [*]See: [url=http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes Fixed a text rendering issue with the new back-ng end on overdraw layers when hardware acceleration is in use on Windows. This may also solve some additional small issues in the user interface that weren't present before 24.shtml]http://www 7.palemoon 0. [*]Fixed the use of Google Maps. If you previously used the workaround in 24.org/releasenotes 7, then please remove the user-ng.shtml[/url] [/ set preference (right-click -> reset). [/list]


    2014-08-02 02:03:48
    Updated by webfork

    • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is a speed-optimized modified version of [url=index.php?id=132]Firefox[/url] exclusively focused for on modern efficiency chipsets, boasting and an ease average of 25% speed use. Some increase included on optimizations many work operations exclusively for modern chipsets. The program requires one of the following processors: [ : [list] [*]Pentium IV, M, or D [*]Celeron-M or D [*]AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron [*]Any multi-core processor [/list] As a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. See [url=http://www.palemoon.org/technical.shtml]Pale Moon - technical[/url] for more information. Unlike Firefox, there is no support for accessibility features or parental controls.


    2014-07-29 19:36:14
    Updated by Checker

    • What's new: [list] [*]See: : [url=http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml[/url] [/list]


    2014-07-29 19:35:30
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v24.6 7.2 0
    • What's new: Fixes/changes: [ [list] [*]Automate rendering back-end selection and use cairo as appropriate See: http://www.This should fix start palemoon.org/releasenotes-up problems on all types of graphics cards regardless of vendor. [*]Fix font subpixel rendering in menus when on cairo backend (D2D off) [*]Cairo: Prevent falling back to padding when not strictly needed ng.Performance regression fix if D2D isn't used. [*]Azure: Use correct device offsets. [*]Prevent crashes due to the allocation of source surfaces to errored surfaces This prevents some miscellaneous browser crashes occurring with cairo on azure. [/ shtml [/list]


    2014-06-16 18:24:33
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v24.6.1 2
    • Size (in bytes): 25916387 25948107
    • What's new: [ Fixes/changes: [list] [*]Update Automate to rendering address back-end startup selection crashes and if use users cairo previously as changed appropriate. This the should setting fix for start-up Azure problems for on Content all types of graphics cards regardless of vendor. [*]Update Fix for font texture subpixel handling rendering to in restore menus GDI when compatibility on cairo backend (should D2D off) [*]Cairo: Prevent falling back to padding when not strictly needed. Performance regression fix some if graphics D2D glitches). [*]Fix isn't used. [*]Azure: Use correct device offsets. [*]Prevent crashes due to handle the invalid allocation PDF of plugin source overlay surfaces state. [*]Additional to security errored surfaces This prevents some miscellaneous browser crashes fixes occurring ported with over cairo from on Firefox azure. [/list]


    2014-06-09 12:44:50
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v24.6.0 1
    • Size (in bytes): 26112228 25916387
    • What's new: Fixes/changes: [ [list] [*]Allow animated personas (lightweight themes)! You will need Update to set a preference for this. [*]Fix regularly occurring address browser startup crashes with if hardware users acceleration previously enabled on DirectWrite 6.2/6.3 (Win 7 with Platform Update, Windows 8/8.1). [*]Fix font rendering issues on DirectWrite 6.2/6.3, especially on legacy AMD hardware. (KB2670838 issues). [*]Fix Windows version detection issues on Windows 8.1. [*]Shuffle reported plugin installation order to confuse trackers. [*]Clean up jumplist icons so they no longer pile up on disk on some systems (also a privacy concern). [*]Change changed the sync setting server for to Azure a (new) Pale Moon sync for server Content. [*]Update the for status texture bar code: Full-screen HTML5 video will no longer have status pop-ups overlaid. [*]Add code handling to selectively restore ignore "autocomplete=off" on GDI signon input fields. [*]Linux: reduce gstreamer CPU overhead. [*]Fix styled HTML buttons to address misaligned button contents compatibility (wrong baseline), e.g. gmail account chooser. [*]Fix an old IonMonkey bug resulting in incorrect math results should in fix some cases. [*]Improve graphics the performance of editor initialization. [*]Update the Pale Moon icon for better display on lower color depths. [*]Media: use a simpler way glitches). [*]Fix to discard handle superfluous invalid audio PDF packets. [/list] Security fixes: [list] [*]imgDecoderObserver does reference counting on different threads, so should be using thread safe plugin reference overlay counting state. [*]Tweak Additional an edge case in line number handling. [*]Ensure mouse-enter/exit events are sent to plugins as appropriate. [*]Stop binding marquee event handlers + misc related security fixes. [*]Fix several ported issues over with from SMIL. [*]Fix isFakeExitFrame to return true for entry frames. [*]IonMonkey: Remove the code that bails when determining if the second instruction in a chunk is a branch. [*]Fix incorrect usage of UpdateWebGLErrorAndClearGLError(). [/ Firefox. [/list]


    2014-06-07 15:33:44
    Updated by Checker

    • Icon: Updated


    2014-06-07 15:28:36
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: v24.5 6.0
    • Size (in bytes): 38084608 26112228
    • What's new: Changelog Fixes/changes: [list] [*]Allow can animated be personas (lightweight found themes)! You here : [url]http://www will need to set a preference for this. [*]Fix regularly occurring browser crashes with hardware acceleration enabled on DirectWrite 6.palemoon 2/6.org 3 (Win 7 with Platform Update, Windows 8/releasenotes 8.1). [*]Fix font rendering issues on DirectWrite 6.2/6.3, especially on legacy AMD hardware. (KB2670838 issues). [*]Fix Windows version detection issues on Windows 8.1. [*]Shuffle reported plugin installation order to confuse trackers. [*]Clean up jumplist icons so they no longer pile up on disk on some systems (also a privacy concern). [*]Change the sync server to a (new) Pale Moon sync server. [*]Update the status bar code: Full-ng screen HTML5 video will no longer have status pop-ups overlaid. [*]Add code to selectively ignore "autocomplete=off" on signon input fields. [*]Linux: reduce gstreamer CPU overhead. [*]Fix styled HTML buttons to address misaligned button contents (wrong baseline), e.shtml[/url g. gmail account chooser. [*]Fix an old IonMonkey bug resulting in incorrect math results in some cases. [*]Improve the performance of editor initialization. [*]Update the Pale Moon icon for better display on lower color depths. [*]Media: use a simpler way to discard superfluous audio packets. [/list] Security fixes: [list] [*]imgDecoderObserver does reference counting on different threads, so should be using thread safe reference counting. [*]Tweak an edge case in line number handling. [*]Ensure mouse-enter/exit events are sent to plugins as appropriate. [*]Stop binding marquee event handlers + misc related fixes. [*]Fix several issues with SMIL. [*]Fix isFakeExitFrame to return true for entry frames. [*]IonMonkey: Remove the code that bails when determining if the second instruction in a chunk is a branch. [*]Fix incorrect usage of UpdateWebGLErrorAndClearGLError(). [/list]


    2014-05-01 20:26:16
    Updated by the_watcher

    • Version: v24.3 5.0
    • What's new: Changelog can be found here : [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml[/url]


    2014-01-29 12:56:47
    Updated by Midas

    • Version: v24.2 3.2 0
    • What's new: See http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml


    2013-12-26 20:15:46
    Updated by freakazoid

    • Similar/alternative apps: [url=http://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=132]Firefox Portable[/url]


    2013-12-14 16:24:24
    Updated by Emka

    • Version: v24.2.0 2
    • What's new: See release announcement at [url=http://forum www.palemoon.org/viewtopic releasenotes-ng.php?t=3477]http://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?t=3477[/url] shtml


    2013-11-27 16:54:30
    Updated by Midas

    • Version: v20 v24.1 2.0
    • What's new: [b]v20.1[/b] [ See release announcement at [url=http://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2556 3477]http://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2556[/url] [b]v20.0[/b] [url=http://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2392]http://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2392 3477[/url]


    2013-06-02 06:36:22
    Updated by freakazoid

    • Version: v19.0 v20.1
    • Size (in bytes): 38223872 38084608
    • What's new: [b]v19.0 v20.1[/b] [url=http://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2115 2556]http://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2115 2556[/url] [b]v19 v20.0[/b] [url=http://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2081 2392]http://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2081 2392[/url]


    2013-03-02 22:07:47
    Updated by webfork

    • Screenshot: Updated


    2013-03-02 07:46:40
    Updated by freakazoid

    • Version: v15.4 v19.0.1
    • Size (in bytes): 35082240 38223872
    • What's new: Several security and stability issues have been fixed in this update: Deal with bogus Turktrust certs MFSA 2013-20 Several memory security hazards fixed MFSA 2013-01 Updated OTS library to r95 to fix potential font-related exploits Security fix for libpixman stack buffer overflow Fix for certain types of input lag on Twitter [b]v19.0.1[/b] [url=http://forum.palemoon.org/Facebook & other sites with unnecessary DOM invalidations Fix for HTTP pipelining re-use (improve pipelining logic) Performance viewtopic.php?f=1&stability updates to cairo and direct2d back-end Improved performance for repeat gradients t=2115]http://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2115[/url] [b]v19.0[/b] [url=http://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2081]http://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2081[/url]


    2013-01-18 19:28:20
    Updated by freakazoid

    • System Requirement:


    2013-01-18 19:25:10
    Updated by freakazoid

    • Stealth: Yes No
    • Stealth (details): Leaves the following empty folders behind: [list] [*]%appdata%\Mozilla [*]%appdata%\Mozilla\Extensions [*]%appdata%\Moonchild Productions [*]%appdata%\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon [/list]


    2013-01-17 01:03:24
    Updated by TP109

    • Version: v15.3 4.1 0
    • What's new: 15.3.1 This Several update is a bugfix security and performance release with a number of security, stability and efficiency fixes: Bugfixes: Fix for font rendering issues on have Windows 8 (cairo+azure) Status bar options: Russian locale been fixed Fix for status bar address bar linkover ghosting Fix for browser hang in some this WebM update: Deal video with content Don't bogus allow Turktrust alert/confirm/prompt certs in MFSA onbeforeunload, onunload and onpagehide (bug# 391834) Improvements: Reduce non 2013-incremental 20 Several GC memory occurrences (reduce security lag hazards in fixed Javascript) More MFSA efficient 2013-01 Updated CPU OTS usage library for to JS r95 and to Canvas Pale fix Moon potential x64: Performance font-related improvements exploits Security fixes: Security fixes fix for CVE-2012-5840, CVE-2012-5839, CVE-2012-4210, CVE-2012-4207 libpixman and stack CVE-2012-4214. Fix buffer for methodjit assertion issue (bug #781859) overflow Fix for potentially certain exploitable types crash of in input XPConnect (bug #809674) Fix lag for on potentially Twitter/Facebook & other exploitable sites crash with in unnecessary layout DOM engine (bug #791601) invalidations Fix for potentially HTTP exploitable crash in JS string handling (bug #778603) Fix for potentially exploitable crash in GIF decoder (bug #789046) Fix for potentially exploitable crash in image decoder (bug #802168) Fix for pipelining re-use-after-free in editor lib (bug #795708) Fix improve for pipelining potentially logic) Performance&stability exploitable updates crash to in cairo SVG (bug #793848) Fix and for direct2d out back-of-bounds end Improved read when blurring (bug #783041) Fix performance for potentially repeat exploitable crash in text editor (bug #798677) Prevent URL spoofing through prompts (bug #700080) gradients


    2012-11-30 17:29:00
    Updated by TP109

    • Version: v15.2 3.1
    • System Requirement:
    • What's new: 15.3.1 This update incorporates is critical a bugfix and performance release with a number of security, stability and efficiency fixes: Bugfixes: Fix back-ported for from font Firefox rendering 16.0.2 issues on Windows 8 (MFSA cairo+azure) Status 2012-90) http://www.palemoon.org bar options: Russian locale fixed Fix for status bar address bar linkover ghosting Fix for browser hang in some WebM video content Don't allow alert/releasenotes confirm/prompt in onbeforeunload, onunload and onpagehide (bug# 391834) Improvements: Reduce non-ng.shtml incremental GC occurrences (reduce lag in Javascript) More efficient CPU usage for JS and Canvas Pale Moon x64: Performance improvements Security fixes: Security fixes for CVE-2012-5840, CVE-2012-5839, CVE-2012-4210, CVE-2012-4207 and CVE-2012-4214. Fix for methodjit assertion issue (bug #781859) Fix for potentially exploitable crash in XPConnect (bug #809674) Fix for potentially exploitable crash in layout engine (bug #791601) Fix for potentially exploitable crash in JS string handling (bug #778603) Fix for potentially exploitable crash in GIF decoder (bug #789046) Fix for potentially exploitable crash in image decoder (bug #802168) Fix for use-after-free in editor lib (bug #795708) Fix for potentially exploitable crash in SVG (bug #793848) Fix for out-of-bounds read when blurring (bug #783041) Fix for potentially exploitable crash in text editor (bug #798677) Prevent URL spoofing through prompts (bug #700080)


    2012-11-03 17:44:07
    Updated by TP109

    • Version: v15.2.1
    • What's new: [url] This update incorporates critical security fixes back-ported from Firefox 16.0.2 (MFSA 2012-90) http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml[/url]


    2012-10-09 03:26:38
    Updated by freakazoid

    • Version: V15 v15.1.1 2
    • Size (in bytes): 34107392 35082240
    • What's new: This is a major update to the new v15.0 release, to address a fairly large number of issues with the initial version. Note: v15.1 requires at least [b]Windows XP SP3[/b]. [ [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml[/url]


    2012-09-21 04:59:42
    Updated by freakazoid

    • What's new: This is a major update to the new v15.0 release, to address a fairly large number of issues with the initial version. Note: v15.1 requires at least [b]Windows XP SP3[/b]. [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml[/url]


    2012-09-21 04:58:42
    Updated by freakazoid

    • Version: V15.1.1
    • Size (in bytes): 34877440 34107392
    • What's new: This is a major update to the new v15.0 release, to address a fairly large number of issues with the initial version. Note: v15.1 requires at least [b]Windows XP SP3[/b]. [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml[/url]


    2012-09-19 00:06:46
    Updated by freakazoid

    • Size (in bytes): 35229696 34877440
    • What's new: This is a major update to the new v15.0 release, to address a fairly large number of issues with the initial version. [ . Note: v15.1 requires at least [b]Windows XP SP3[/b]. [url]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml[/url]


    2012-09-18 08:24:03
    Updated by TP109

    • What's new: This is a major update to the new v15.0 release, to address a fairly large number of issues with the initial version. [url= ]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml[/url]


    2012-09-18 08:21:19
    Updated by TP109

    • Version: V15.0 1
    • System Requirement:
    • What's new: [ This is a major update to the new v15.0 release, to address a fairly large number of issues with the initial version. [url=http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml[/url]


    2012-09-01 17:15:38
    Updated by webfork

    • License: MPL/GPL/LGPL ([url=http://www.palemoon.org/technical.shtml#GeekCorner]source code[/url]) with additional [url=http://www.palemoon.org/redis palemoo
    • Forum topic ID: 0 5628


    2012-08-28 00:54:51
    Updated by webfork

    • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an a speed-optimized version of [url=index.php?id=132]Firefox[/url] exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: [list] [*]Pentium IV, M, or D [*]Celeron-M or D [*]AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron [*]Any multi-core processor [/list] As a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. See [url=http://www.palemoon.org/technical.shtml]Pale Moon - technical[/url] for more information. . Unlike Firefox, there is no support for accessibility features or parental controls.


    2012-08-28 00:47:03
    Updated by freakazoid

    • Version: V12 V15.2.1 0
    • Size (in bytes): 31657984 35229696
    • What's new: [url=http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml[/url] [b][/b]


    2012-06-21 19:23:40
    Updated by freakazoid

    • Version: V12.2.1
    • License: MPL/GPL/LGPL ( ([url=http://www.palemoon.org/technical.shtml#GeekCorner]source code) [/url]) with [url=http://www.palemoon.org/redis
    • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of [url=index.php?id=132]Firefox [/url] exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: : [list] [*]Pentium IV, M, or D [*]Celeron-M or D [*]AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron [*]Any multi-core processorAs processor [/list] As a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. See [url=http://www.palemoon.org/technical.shtml]Pale Moon - technical [/url] for more information. Unlike Firefox, there is no support for accessibility features or parental controls.A 64-bit version is available.
    • How to extract: Download the Self-extracting 7-Zip package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch [i]Palemoon-Portable.exe. [/i].
    • Size (in bytes): 30949376 31657984
    • What's new: [url=http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml ]http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-ng.shtml[/url] [b][/b]


    2012-05-31 21:15:27
    Updated by freakazoid


      2012-05-31 21:15:01
      Updated by freakazoid

      • Version: V12.1
      • Size (in bytes): 31805440 30949376
      • What's new: v12 http://www.0 An update to the portable launcher and script. More information on the Pale Moon Portable page. It is recommended for everyone using the portable to make a fresh install (with a copy over of your profile files if desired) and not use an in-place upgrade. A fix for backups not being properly created and stored A number of security and stability fixes imported from Firefox 12 Update to the status bar code and a finalization of the integration of this functionality Localization of the status bar preferences and messages into 3 additional common languages: German, French and Spanish. This will automatically follow your locale setting Update to the HTML5 media controls Some under-the-hood changes that will further improve performance of Pale Moon on some systemsv11 palemoon.0.1:A small maintenance release to address a few annoyances in the original new release of v11.0: Tone down the rather too aggressive network settings that were introduced in Firefox 11: Maximum concurrent connections opened by Pale Moon lowered to 48 (was 256) to make sure it doesn't easily saturate the networking layer of Windows, to prevent residential NAT gateways from being overloaded and to lower strain on wireless networksMaximum concurrent connections to a single server lowered to 6 (was 15). In tandem with pipelining this is still plenty, and it actually promotes the proper intended use of pipelining Fix the installer to properly check for the minimum required operating system version: Windows XP for both x86 and x64 versions Switch off OpenGL as preferred engine for WebGL again to fix compatibility problems Switch off DirectWrite font rendering again to fix compatibility issues with certain graphics cards Properly implement the removal org/blocking of status bar add-ons when upgrading/installing In addition, Pale Moon 11 will: Save open session information less often (once a minute) No longer store form data and other entered information in the browser session store when pages are viewed over SSL, to increase security - the data entered in secure pages is no longer committed to disk.v11.0: Integration of the Status Bar functionality. You can now access the status bar configuration directly from the Tools or Options menu, and it is no longer a separate add-on Implementation of the SPDY protocol to improve load times on websites that support it. Improvements to the rendering engine, and specific improvements to the hardware acceleration of font rendering and WebGL Implementation of more advanced HTML5 (including IndexedDB improvements and support for more HTML5 elements) and CSS features (including CSS 3D transforms) Add-on compatibility: add-ons now default to being compatible Cosmetic updates to the Pale Moon icon and some included artwork The (limited feature) web developer tools as added to Firefox 11.0 have mostly been disabled since they are not intended to be present in future builds of Pale Moon. Web developers are encouraged to make their own choices about which development tools they wish to use at the Mozilla Add-ons repository (Web development section) The automatic backup method has been simplified and the resulting backups will take (a lot) less space. Bookmarks and passwords are backed up, but history no longer gets backed up which saves many MB on your stick or other portable medium. Additional compression further reduces space requirements for the 32 releasenotes-bit portable ng.shtml


      2012-04-30 21:53:33
      Updated by freakazoid

      • Version: V11.0.1 V12
      • Size (in bytes): 26284032 31805440
      • What's new: v11 v12.0 An update to the portable launcher and script. More information on the Pale Moon Portable page. It is recommended for everyone using the portable to make a fresh install (with a copy over of your profile files if desired) and not use an in-place upgrade. A fix for backups not being properly created and stored A number of security and stability fixes imported from Firefox 12 Update to the status bar code and a finalization of the integration of this functionality Localization of the status bar preferences and messages into 3 additional common languages: German, French and Spanish. This will automatically follow your locale setting Update to the HTML5 media controls Some under-the-hood changes that will further improve performance of Pale Moon on some systemsv11.0.1:A small maintenance release to address a few annoyances in the original new release of v11.0: Tone down the rather too aggressive network settings that were introduced in Firefox 11: : Maximum concurrent connections opened by Pale Moon lowered to 48 (was 256) to make sure it doesn't easily saturate the networking layer of Windows, to prevent residential NAT gateways from being overloaded and to lower strain on wireless networksMaximum concurrent connections to a single server lowered to 6 (was 15). In tandem with pipelining this is still plenty, and it actually promotes the proper intended use of pipelining Fix the installer to properly check for the minimum required operating system version: Windows XP for both x86 and x64 versions Switch off OpenGL as preferred engine for WebGL again to fix compatibility problems Switch off DirectWrite font rendering again to fix compatibility issues with certain graphics cards Properly implement the removal/blocking of status bar add-ons when upgrading/installing In addition, Pale Moon 11 will: Save open session information less often (once a minute) No longer store form data and other entered information in the browser session store when pages are viewed over SSL, to increase security - the data entered in secure pages is no longer committed to disk.v11.0: Integration of the Status Bar functionality. You can now access the status bar configuration directly from the Tools or Options menu, and it is no longer a separate add-on Implementation of the SPDY protocol to improve load times on websites that support it. Improvements to the rendering engine, and specific improvements to the hardware acceleration of font rendering and WebGL Implementation of more advanced HTML5 (including IndexedDB improvements and support for more HTML5 elements) and CSS features (including CSS 3D transforms) Add-on compatibility: add-ons now default to being compatible Cosmetic updates to the Pale Moon icon and some included artwork The (limited feature) web developer tools as added to Firefox 11.0 have mostly been disabled since they are not intended to be present in future builds of Pale Moon. Web developers are encouraged to make their own choices about which development tools they wish to use at the Mozilla Add-ons repository (Web development section) The automatic backup method has been simplified and the resulting backups will take (a lot) less space. Bookmarks and passwords are backed up, but history no longer gets backed up which saves many MB on your stick or other portable medium. Additional compression further reduces space requirements for the 32-bit portable.


      2012-03-27 20:26:55
      Updated by freakazoid

      • Version: V11.0.1
      • Size (in bytes): 25247744 26284032
      • What's new: v11.0.1:A small maintenance release to address a few annoyances in the original new release of v11.0: Tone down the rather too aggressive network settings that were introduced in Firefox 11: Maximum concurrent connections opened by Pale Moon lowered to 48 (was 256) to make sure it doesn't easily saturate the networking layer of Windows, to prevent residential NAT gateways from being overloaded and to lower strain on wireless networksMaximum concurrent connections to a single server lowered to 6 (was 15). In tandem with pipelining this is still plenty, and it actually promotes the proper intended use of pipelining Fix the installer to properly check for the minimum required operating system version: Windows XP for both x86 and x64 versions Switch off OpenGL as preferred engine for WebGL again to fix compatibility problems Switch off DirectWrite font rendering again to fix compatibility issues with certain graphics cards Properly implement the removal/blocking of status bar add-ons when upgrading/installing In addition, Pale Moon 11 will: Save open session information less often (once a minute) No longer store form data and other entered information in the browser session store when pages are viewed over SSL, to increase security - the data entered in secure pages is no longer committed to disk.v11.0: Integration of the Status Bar functionality. You can now access the status bar configuration directly from the Tools or Options menu, and it is no longer a separate add-on Implementation of the SPDY protocol to improve load times on websites that support it. Improvements to the rendering engine, and specific improvements to the hardware acceleration of font rendering and WebGL Implementation of more advanced HTML5 (including IndexedDB improvements and support for more HTML5 elements) and CSS features (including CSS 3D transforms) Add-on compatibility: add-ons now default to being compatible Cosmetic updates to the Pale Moon icon and some included artwork The (limited feature) web developer tools as added to Firefox 11.0 have mostly been disabled since they are not intended to be present in future builds of Pale Moon. Web developers are encouraged to make their own choices about which development tools they wish to use at the Mozilla Add-ons repository (Web development section) The automatic backup method has been simplified and the resulting backups will take (a lot) less space. Bookmarks and passwords are backed up, but history no longer gets backed up which saves many MB on your stick or other portable medium. Additional compression further reduces space requirements for the 32-bit portable.


      2012-03-26 19:21:13
      Updated by freakazoid

      • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorAs a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. See Pale Moon - technical for more information. A 64-bit version is also available on the same download page. .Unlike Firefox, there is no support for accessibility features or parental controls.A 64-bit version is available.
      • What's new: v11.0: Integration of the Status Bar functionality. You can now access the status bar configuration directly from the Tools or Options menu, and it is no longer a separate add-on Implementation of the SPDY protocol to improve load times on websites that support it. Improvements to the rendering engine, and specific improvements to the hardware acceleration of font rendering and WebGL Implementation of more advanced HTML5 (including IndexedDB improvements and support for more HTML5 elements) and CSS features (including CSS 3D transforms) Add-on compatibility: add-ons now default to being compatible Cosmetic updates to the Pale Moon icon and some included artwork The (limited feature) web developer tools as added to Firefox 11.0 have mostly been disabled since they are not intended to be present in future builds of Pale Moon. Web developers are encouraged to make their own choices about which development tools they wish to use at the Mozilla Add-ons repository (Web development section) The automatic backup method has been simplified and the resulting backups will take (a lot) less space. Bookmarks and passwords are backed up, but history no longer gets backed up which saves many MB on your stick or other portable medium. Additional compression further reduces space requirements for the 32-bit portable.


      2012-03-26 05:45:26
      Updated by freakazoid

      • Version: V9 V11.2 0
      • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorAs a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. See Pale Moon - technical for more information. A 64-bit version is also available on the same download page. Unlike Firefox, there is no support for accessibility features or parental controls.A 64-bit version is available.
      • Size (in bytes): 29970432 25247744
      • What's new: This v11.0: Integration update of implements the security Status fixes Bar from functionality. You Firefox can up now to access 10.0.2 the in status terms bar of configuration security directly from the Tools or Options menu, and stability. Fix it for is no longer a critical separate vulnerability add-on in Implementation of the libpng SPDY graphics protocol library to Update improve load times on websites that support it. Improvements to the rendering engine, and specific improvements to the hardware acceleration of font rendering and WebGL Implementation of more advanced HTML5 (including IndexedDB improvements and support for more HTML5 elements) and CSS features (including CSS 3D transforms) Add-on compatibility: add-ons blocklist now and default its to handling being New compatible 64-bit Cosmetic application updates to the Pale Moon icon and some included artwork The (32-bit limited icon feature) web update developer tools as added to Firefox 11.0 have mostly been disabled since they are not intended to be present in future builds of Pale Moon. Web developers are encouraged to make their own choices about which development tools they wish to use at the next Mozilla version Add-ons repository (Web development section) Minor The updates automatic to backup cache method handling has settings been simplified and the resulting backups will take (a lot) less space. Bookmarks and passwords are backed up, but history no longer gets backed up which saves many MB on your stick or other portable medium. Additional compression further reduces space requirements for the 32-bit portable.


      2012-02-25 08:00:21
      Updated by Emka

      • Version: V9.1 2
      • What's new: This update implements relevant security fixes from Firefox up to 10.0.2 in terms of security and stability. Additional Fix new for functionality a found critical vulnerability in Firefox the 10 libpng has graphics not library been implemented. In addition, the following fixes: Update to the status bar component to fix pop add-up ons status blocklist and links, as its well handling as New a 64-bit few application other small issues. Update to the add icon (32-on bit compatibility icon assistant update to no longer display in the status next bar version) Minor core add-on as selectable Update updates to a cache few default handling settings based on usage metrics Removed some commercial search engines (e.g. Amazon) and added DuckDuckGo/SSL


      2012-02-03 04:29:51
      Updated by freakazoid

      • Size (in bytes): 2997043 29970432


      2012-02-03 04:29:24
      Updated by freakazoid

      • Size (in bytes): 29847552 2997043


      2012-01-24 19:12:05
      Updated by Emka

      • Version: V9.0.1
      • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorAs a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. . See Pale Moon - technical for more information. . A 64-bit version is also available on the same download page. . Unlike Firefox, there is no support for accessibility features or parental controls.
      • What's new: 9.0.1An This update incorporating implements the relevant Firefox fixes 9.0.1 from code Firefox base. In 10 addition, the in following terms changes: Under of the hood changes security and improvements stability. Additional to new the functionality way found memory in is Firefox handled 10 by has the not Javascript been engine implemented. WebGL In has addition, the been following changed fixes: Update to use the ANGLE status by bar default instead of using native OpenGL component to give fix better pop-up performance on a number of systems that would otherwise suffer from high CPU usage status and lower frame rates. Change in compiler: from this point on links, Visual as Studio well 2010 as will a be few used other for small all "next gen" builds issues. Build environment changed to cater Update to the ever add-growing XUL dll size without having to compromize on what compatibility modules assistant to optimize. (Prevent no running longer into display the 3GB status address bar space core limit) DNS add-on prefetching as disabled selectable by default Update to prevent a router few hangups default Changes settings to based timings on for usage UI metrics script Removed execution some and commercial content search script execution to prevent unnecessary dialog popups about unresponsive scripts. Some image decoding tweaks. Eye candy: animated preferences dialog engines (resize when switching category).8 e.0 Improved cache handling: this will make the browser handle system resources more efficiently on most systems g. Improved networking: communication with web servers should be noticeably faster Amazon) and smoother added Fix for a rare image decoding bug (garbage, possible crashes) Implements compacting techniques to have the browser take about 50% less disk space. DuckDuckGo/SSL


      2012-01-14 21:44:49
      Updated by webfork

      • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorAs a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. . See Pale Moon - technical for more information. . A 64-bit version is also available on the same download page. Unlike Firefox, there is no support for accessibility features or parental controls.A 64-bit portable version is also available on the same download page.


      2012-01-12 20:09:07
      Updated by freakazoid

      • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorAs a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. See Pale Moon - technical for more information.Unlike Firefox, there is no support for accessibility features, or parental controls.A 64-bit portable version is also available on the same download page.


      2012-01-12 20:08:53
      Updated by freakazoid

      • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorAs a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. See Pale Moon - technical for more information.Unlike Firefox, there is no support for ActiveX, accessibility features, or parental controls.A 64-bit portable version is also available on the same download page.


      2012-01-12 20:03:01
      Updated by freakazoid

      • Stealth: No Yes
      • Stealth (details): Creates an empty directory in %appdata%\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon\.
      • What's new: 9.0.1An update incorporating the Firefox 9.0.1 code base. In addition, the following changes: Under the hood changes and improvements to the way memory is handled by the Javascript engine. WebGL has been changed to use ANGLE by default instead of using native OpenGL to give better performance on a number of systems that would otherwise suffer from high CPU usage and lower frame rates. Change in compiler: from this point on, Visual Studio 2010 will be used for all "next gen" builds. Build environment changed to cater to the ever-growing XUL dll size without having to compromize on what modules to optimize. (Prevent running into the 3GB address space limit) ) DNS prefetching disabled by default to prevent router hangups Changes to timings for UI script execution and content script execution to prevent unnecessary dialog popups about unresponsive scripts. Some image decoding tweaks. Eye candy: animated preferences dialog (resize when switching category).8.0 Improved cache handling: this will make the browser handle system resources more efficiently on most systems. Improved networking: communication with web servers should be noticeably faster and smoother Fix for a rare image decoding bug (garbage, possible crashes) Implements compacting techniques to have the browser take about 50% less disk space.


      2012-01-12 19:55:03
      Updated by freakazoid

      • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorAs a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. See Pale Moon - technical for more information.Unlike Firefox, there is no support for ActiveX, accessibility features, or parental controls.A 64-bit portable version is also available on the same download page.
      • What's new: 9.0.1An update incorporating the Firefox 9.0.1 code base. . In addition, the following changes: : Under the hood changes and improvements to the way memory is handled by the Javascript engine. WebGL has been changed to use ANGLE by default instead of using native OpenGL to give better performance on a number of systems that would otherwise suffer from high CPU usage and lower frame rates. Change in compiler: from this point on, Visual Studio 2010 will be used for all "next gen" builds. Build environment changed to cater to the ever-growing XUL dll size without having to compromize on what modules to optimize. (Prevent running into the 3GB address space limit) ) DNS prefetching disabled by default to prevent router hangups Changes to timings for UI script execution and content script execution to prevent unnecessary dialog popups about unresponsive scripts. Some image decoding tweaks. Eye candy: animated preferences dialog (resize when switching category).8.0 Improved cache handling: this will make the browser handle system resources more efficiently on most systems. Improved networking: communication with web servers should be noticeably faster and smoother Fix for a rare image decoding bug (garbage, possible crashes) Implements compacting techniques to have the browser take about 50% less disk space.


      2012-01-12 19:48:01
      Updated by freakazoid

      • Version: V8 V9.0.1
      • Size (in bytes): 28561408 29847552
      • What's new: 9.0.1An update incorporating the Firefox 9.0.1 code base. In addition, the following changes: Under the hood changes and improvements to the way memory is handled by the Javascript engine. WebGL has been changed to use ANGLE by default instead of using native OpenGL to give better performance on a number of systems that would otherwise suffer from high CPU usage and lower frame rates. Change in compiler: from this point on, Visual Studio 2010 will be used for all "next gen" builds. Build environment changed to cater to the ever-growing XUL dll size without having to compromize on what modules to optimize. (Prevent running into the 3GB address space limit) DNS prefetching disabled by default to prevent router hangups Changes to timings for UI script execution and content script execution to prevent unnecessary dialog popups about unresponsive scripts. Some image decoding tweaks. Eye candy: animated preferences dialog (resize when switching category).8.0 Improved cache handling: this will make the browser handle system resources more efficiently on most systems. Improved networking: communication with web servers should be noticeably faster and smoother Fix for a rare image decoding bug (garbage, possible crashes) Implements compacting techniques to have the browser take about 50% less disk space.


      2011-11-17 18:56:48
      Updated by freakazoid

      • Version: V7 V8.0.1
      • License: MPL/GPL/LGPL (source code) with
      • Size (in bytes): 36313209 28561408
      • What's new: This update Improved fixes cache a handling: this very important speed regression issue for Pale Moon 7.0. It impacts will mostly make the page browser content handle layout system engine resources and more DOM efficiently handling, which on will most be systems. Improved on par again networking: communication with what web they servers should be for noticeably Pale faster Moon and in smoother this Fix point for release. Bug: 20111001-CCBug a Benchmarking rare scores image will decoding see a significant bug (garbage, possible jump crashes) Implements from compacting 7.0 techniques to 7.0.1 have as the a browser result, as take well. There about are 50% less no other functional or UI changes for this disk release space.


      2011-10-09 06:24:56
      Updated by SYSTEM

      • Version: V7.0a 0.1
      • Size (in bytes): 36530244 36313209
      • What's new: Pale This Moon Portable 7.0a 7.0a update fixes an a error very when important the speed portable regression browser issue would for not start or cause crashes on some setups.Pale Moon 7.0A 0. It new impacts release building on mostly the Firefox page 7.0.1 content code layout base. This engine version and sees DOM a large number of performance increases handling, as which well will as be lower on resource par use again than with the what previous they version.Additional should changes: Introduction be of for the Pale Tab Groups (panorama) button Moon in the this user point interface release. Bug: 20111001-CCBug for Benchmarking easy scores access (Next will to see the a All significant Tabs jump button) Several from additional performance improvements on individual browser components A change of the Application Menu button color 7.0 to blue shades instead of a "foxy orange"Firefox 7.0.1 Fixed as a rare result, as issue well. There where are some no users other could find one functional or more of their add-ons hidden after a Firefox update (see the blog post)Firefox 7.0 Drastically improved memory handling for certain use cases Added a new rendering backend to speed up Canvas operations on Windows systems Bookmark and password UI changes now sync almost instantly when using Firefox Sync The 'http://' URL prefix is now hidden by default Added support for text-overflow: ellipsis Added support for the Web Timing specification Enhanced support for MathML The WebSocket protocol has been updated from version 7 to version 8 Added an opt-in system for users to send performance data back to Mozilla to improve future versions of Firefox Fixed several stability issues Fixed several security issuesPlease see the complete list of changes in this version. Web and extension developers should also view the curated list of platform changes release.


      2011-10-02 19:15:06
      Updated by SYSTEM

      • Version: V6 V7.0.2 0a
      • License: MPL/GPL/LGPL (sourc
      • Size (in bytes): 41223654 36530244
      • Screenshot: Updated
      • What's new: A Pale security Moon update Portable seeing 7.0a 7.0a fixes an error when the following portable browser would not start or cause crashes on some setups.Pale Moon 7.0A new release building on the Firefox 7.0.1 code base. This version sees a large number of performance increases, as well as lower resource use than the previous version.Additional changes: Removed Introduction trust of exceptions the Tab Groups (panorama) button in the user interface for certain easy certificates access (bug Next to the All Tabs 683449 button) Resolved Several an additional issue performance with improvements gov.uk on websites (bug individual 669792) Revoked browser permissions components for A change of the root Application certificate Menu for button DigiNotar color in to the blue built shades instead of a "foxy orange"Firefox 7.0.1 Fixed a rare issue where some users could find one or more of their add-in ons certificate hidden store after a Firefox update (bug see the blog 682927 post)In Firefox addition, there 7.0 has Drastically been improved some memory handling for certain use cases Added a new rendering backend to speed up work Canvas done operations on Windows systems Bookmark and password changes now sync almost instantly when using Firefox Sync The 'http://' URL prefix is now hidden by default Added support for text-overflow: ellipsis Added support for the x64 Web build Timing method specification Enhanced support for MathML The WebSocket protocol has been updated from version 7 to prepare version 8 Added an opt-in system for users to send performance fixes data in back a to Mozilla to improve future release versions of Firefox Fixed several stability issues Fixed several security issuesPlease see the complete list of changes in this version. Web and extension developers should also view the curated list of platform changes.


      2011-09-11 05:22:02
      Updated by SYSTEM

      • Version: V6.0.2
      • License: Optimizations: Freeware MPL/Open Source GPL/LGPL (sourc
      • Size (in bytes): 40850615 41223654
      • Screenshot: Updated
      • What's new: A Add-ons will no longer automatically security update by default seeing the moment following they changes: Removed are trust checked exceptions and for found certain to certificates (bug have 683449) Resolved a an newer issue release, giving with the gov.uk user websites (bug the 669792) Revoked choice permissions to for accept the or root reject certificate the for update, read DigiNotar release notes, etc. Update of in the status built-in bar certificate add-on store (bug to 682927)In v2.2 addition, fixing there compatibility has issues and extending been some configurability. Link work right-click done menu has "Open in new tab" on top the now, like x64 Firefox. If build you method are having trouble retraining to yourself prepare for this performance behavior, please fixes download in a menu future editing Firefox add-on to customize your menus. This change was made based on user feedback. Added ak, ast, br, bs, en-ZA, gd, lg, mai, nso, and son language packs release.


      2011-08-26 19:55:55
      Updated by webfork

      • License: Optimizations: Freeware/Open Source, Browser: (


      2011-08-23 22:31:11
      Updated by Checker

      • Version: V5.0 V6.0
      • Size (in bytes): 39849070 40850615
      • What's new: Performance Add-ons issues will fixed no on longer some automatically systems update Instability by problems default fixed the on moment some they systems are Updated checked artwork and for found to have a newer release, giving the new user about the box choice Cosmetic to changes: more accept occurrences or reject the update, read release notes, etc. Update of "palemoon" in the UI status should bar now add-on read to v2.2, fixing compatibility issues and extending some configurability. Link right-click menu has "pale Open in new moon tab" Zulu on language top added now, like Firefox. If you are having trouble retraining yourself for the this behavior, please download a menu editing Firefox add-on to customize your menus. This change was made based on user feedback. Added ak, ast, br, bs, en-ZA, gd, lg, mai, nso, and son language packs


      2011-06-29 16:12:12
      Updated by Magibon

      • Version: V4 V5.0.7 0
      • How to extract: Download the ZIP Self-extracting 7-Zip package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch Palemoon-Portable.exe.
      • Size (in bytes): 61404160 39849070
      • What's new: Fixes: · Windows 7 Performance jumplists issues fixed · Fix for on errors some in systems Instability problems fixed on some systems Updated artwork for the error new console about when box closing Cosmetic tabs changes: more occurrences of "palemoon" in certain the situations · Potential UI fix should for now printing read "pale problems (no moon" Zulu text language printed) added for the language packs


      2011-05-30 20:42:54
      Updated by SYSTEM

      • Version: V4.0.6 7
      • What's new: Fixes: · Windows 7 jumplists fixed · Fix for errors in the error console when closing tabs in certain situations · Potential fix for printing problems (no text printed)


      2011-05-10 07:08:39
      Updated by SYSTEM

      • Version: V4.0.5 6
      • What's new: http://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes-v4.shtml


      2011-04-14 16:39:55
      Updated by Checker


        2011-04-13 21:15:30
        Updated by freakazoid

        • Version: V3 V4.6 0.15a 5
        • Size (in bytes): 28007034 61404160
        • Screenshot: Updated
        • What's new: 3 http://www.6 palemoon.15a is a small update to fix a minor ini file error that would sometimes cause the inability to open external URLs. The browser itself isn't changed org/releasenotes-v4.shtml


        2011-03-17 06:04:33
        Updated by SYSTEM

        • Version: V3.6.15 15a
        • Size (in bytes): 28007033 28007034
        • What's new: Critical 3.6.15a update is to a Gecko small 1.9.2.15 update to address fix incomplete a loading minor of ini Java file applets.Fixes: Floating error Point that precision would globally sometimes increased cause to address bug 20110305-FPBug.Changes: Easier the access inability to graphical open tab external previews/selection/search URLs. The with browser a small button on the right of the itself tab isn't bar changed.


        2011-03-06 08:15:27
        Updated by infimum

        • Version: V3.6.14 15
        • Size (in bytes): 28673305 28007033
        • What's new: Critical Updated the source code update to Gecko 1.9.2.14. This 15 fixes to address incomplete loading of Java applets.Fixes: Floating Point precision globally increased to address bug 20110305-FPBug.Changes: Easier access to graphical tab previews/selection/search with a little small over button 40 on issues the right of the in tab total bar.


        2011-03-04 13:35:20
        Updated by infimum

        • Version: V3.6.13 14
        • Size (in bytes): 28436170 28673305
        • What's new: Updated the source code to Gecko 1.9.2.13 14. This fixes a number little of over security 40 issues.Fixes: Google Safebrowsing in URLs updated to fix problematic downloading of the database updates for reported attack sites. Miscellaneous other Google Safebrowsing provider URLs fixed for smoother operation Dictionary download URL fixed Geolocation info page URL fixedChanges: Checking for updates to Pale Moon is now enabled by default. The checking frequency is once a week. Profiling phase slightly changed during building to potentially improve speed and efficiency further total.A new build machine with a fresh install of the environment has been used for this release, with slightly more memory and a newer HDD than the previous one and preventing unnecessary headaches due to the loudly whining Maxtor drive that was used previously. It's still an old P4 machine but it performs a lot better. I would hereby like to thank all the generous donators to the Pale Moon project who have made this possible!


        2011-01-23 01:20:26
        Updated by Checker

        • Stealth (details): Saves Creates settings an to empty the directory USER\Local in %appdata%\Moonchild Settings Productions\Temp Pale folder Moon\.


        2010-12-12 08:05:18
        Updated by webfork

        • Version: V3.6.12 13
        • License: Optimizations: Freeware/Open Source, Browser: Var
        • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorAs a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. See Pale Moon - technical for more information.Unlike Firefox, there is no support for Active X ActiveX, accessibility features, or parental controls. Automatic updates are currently disabled but may become available in future versions.
        • Size (in bytes): 28383679 28436170
        • What's new: Manual Updated patch the of source code to Gecko 1.9.2.13. This fixes a number of security vulnerability issues.Fixes: Google listed Safebrowsing as URLs Bug updated 607222 to and fix security problematic announcement downloading MFSA of 2010-73 the impacting database visitors updates to for compromised reported attack sites. Miscellaneous other Google Safebrowsing provider URLs fixed for smoother operation Dictionary download URL fixed Geolocation info page URL fixedChanges: Checking for updates to Pale Moon is now enabled by default. The checking frequency is once a week. Profiling phase slightly changed during building to potentially improve speed and efficiency further.A new build machine with exploit a code fresh specifically install targeting of the environment has been used for this Mozilla release, with vulnerability. slightly more memory and a newer HDD than the previous one and preventing unnecessary headaches due to the loudly whining Maxtor drive that was used previously. It's still an old P4 machine but it performs a lot better. I would hereby like to thank all the generous donators to the Pale Moon project who have made this possible!


        2010-10-28 19:15:56
        Updated by webfork

        • Download URL: http://www.palemoon.org/dlc/dlc palemoon-portable.php?id=13 shtml


        2010-10-28 19:11:57
        Updated by webfork

        • Version: V3.6.11 12
        • License: Optimizations: Freeware, Browser: Var
        • What's new: Manual Updated patch the of source a code security to vulnerability Gecko listed 1.9.2.11. This as fixes Bug a few stability 607222 and security issues. "Manage announcement search MFSA engines" -> "Get 2010-73 more..." link impacting fixed visitors Changed to a compromised large sites number with of exploit occurrences code of specifically the "short targeting name" into the more proper "full name"Note that these changes are language pack specific, so will only be reflected in the US-English installation of this Pale Mozilla Moon vulnerability.


        2010-10-26 16:27:26
        Updated by SYSTEM

        • Version: V3.6.9 11
        • License: Optimizations: Freeware, Browser: Var
        • Size (in bytes): 31505004 28383679
        • Download URL: http://www.freewarefiles palemoon.com org/downloads_counter dlc/dlc.php?programid id=53673 13
        • What's new: Updated the source code to Gecko 1.9.2.11. This fixes a few stability and security issues. "Manage search engines" -> "Get more..." link fixed Changed a large number of occurrences of the "short name" into the more proper "full name"Note that these changes are language pack specific, so will only be reflected in the US-English installation of Pale Moon.


        2010-10-26 02:23:09
        Updated by webfork

        • License: Optimizations: Freeware, Firefox Browser: Var


        2010-10-26 02:15:48
        Updated by webfork

        • License: Optimizations: Freeware, Firefox: Various Open Licens Var
        • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorAs a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. See Pale Moon - technical for more information.Unlike Firefox , there is no support for Active X, accessibility features, or parental controls. Automatic updates are currently disabled but may become available in future versions.


        2010-10-26 02:14:04
        Updated by webfork

        • License: MPL Optimizations: Freeware, Firefox: Various Open Licens


        2010-10-20 06:08:43
        Updated by webfork

        • License: Freeware/Open Source MPL


        2010-10-01 16:53:18
        Updated by webfork

        • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorAs a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work, and Intel-based systems after 2002. See Pale Moon - technical for more information.Several Unlike things Firefox are there removed is including no support for Active X, accessibility features, and or parental controls. Automatic updates are currently disabled but may become available in future versions.


        2010-10-01 16:31:13
        Updated by webfork

        • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorAs a general rule, most computers built after 2005 should work. For , and Intel-based systems, most produced after 2002 should work. See Pale Moon - technical for more information.Several things are removed including Active X, accessibility features, and parental controls. Automatic updates are currently disabled but may become available in future versions.


        2010-09-30 20:33:57
        Updated by infimum

        • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. The program requires one of the following processors: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorIf processorAs you a don't general know what processor you're using rule, most computers built after 2005 should work. For Intel-based systems, most produced after 2002 should work. See Pale Moon - technical for more information.Several things are removed including Active X, accessibility features, and parental controls. Automatic updates are currently disabled but may become available in future versions.


        2010-09-30 19:45:14
        Updated by webfork

        • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets, boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations. . The program requires one of the following processors: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorIf you don't know what processor you're using, most computers built after 2005 should work. For Intel-based systems, most produced after 2002 should work. See Pale Moon - technical for more information.Several things are removed including Active X, accessibility features, and parental controls. Automatic updates are currently disabled but may become available in future versions.
        • Icon: Updated


        2010-09-30 19:41:03
        Updated by webfork

        • Synopsis: Pale Moon Portable is an optimized version of Firefox exclusively for modern chipsets. The program boasts , boasting an average 25% speed increase on many operations, although . The you must program have requires one of the following processors to run the program: Pentium IV, M, or D Celeron-M or D AMD Opteron / Athlon64 / Sempron Any multi-core processorIf you don't know what processor you're using, most computers built after 2005 should work. For Intel-based systems, most produced after 2002 should work. See Pale Moon - technical for more information.Several things are removed including Active X, accessibility features, and parental controls. Automatic updates are currently disabled but may become available in future versions.


        2010-09-30 19:36:45
        Added by webfork