New Iron-Version: 13.0.800.1 Stable for Windows

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Re: New Iron-Version: 13.0.800.1 Stable for Windows

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I've got a bug. Iron for Linux sync without secret word, but Iron for Windows says it needs secret word and do not sync without it...
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Re: New Iron-Version: 13.0.800.1 Stable for Windows

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The Chrome Stable channel has been updated to 14.0.835.163 for all platforms.
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Re: New Iron-Version: 13.0.800.1 Stable for Windows

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hi :ugeek:
nev ver. stable Google Chrome 14.0.835.163
when nev iron boss ?
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Re: New Iron-Version: 13.0.800.1 Stable for Windows

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guma77 wrote:hi :ugeek:
nev ver. stable Google Chrome 14.0.835.163
when nev iron boss ?
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Re: New Iron-Version: 13.0.800.1 Stable for Windows

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thex boss for reply :P
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Re: New Iron-Version: 13.0.800.1 Stable for Windows

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Re: New Iron-Version: 13.0.800.1 Stable for Windows

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New update, Google Chrome v14.0.835.186 Stable.
Changes:
> This release includes an update to Flash Player that addresses a zero-day vulnerability.

I found out that Chrome's integrated flash is much more secure (it runs in low integrity level) than "external" NPSWF32.dll (it runs in high/medium integrity level).
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Re: New Iron-Version: 13.0.800.0 Stable for Windows

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Spukhafte wrote:ever since updating the Incognito Window does not open at 120% zoom where I have the browser set.

Same issue here but not only won't save default zoom level when incognito, but won't save 120% zoom when using normally.

How do I set the default zoom level to 120% and make it stick, hence, default?

Thank you
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Re: New Iron-Version: 13.0.800.1 Stable for Windows

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zeon wrote:New update, Google Chrome v14.0.835.186 Stable.
Changes:
> This release includes an update to Flash Player that addresses a zero-day vulnerability.

I found out that Chrome's integrated flash is much more secure (it runs in low integrity level) than "external" NPSWF32.dll (it runs in high/medium integrity level).
Is the only way they find out about the latest updates and notes is by the regular users? If they work on releasing versions along with the Stable releases, they would know, no need to be nagged/reminded over and over. Quit trolling about the latest or if they are behind, and I will quit trolling about your trolling.
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Re: New Iron-Version: 13.0.800.1 Stable for Windows

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zeon wrote:New update, Google Chrome v14.0.835.186 Stable.
Changes:
> This release includes an update to Flash Player that addresses a zero-day vulnerability.

I found out that Chrome's integrated flash is much more secure (it runs in low integrity level) than "external" NPSWF32.dll (it runs in high/medium integrity level).
Why would anyone using Iron want an integrated Flash player?, you do know the purpose of Iron is to get away from privacy issues right?.

I dont have flash installed at all, in whatever secure or in-secure variety there is out there - Its still the most lucrative privacy invading plugin ever devised.

If you want proprietary software you sign your life away to go and install Chrome.

Have a look at all the communications flash player is capable of in real time, and all the methods it employs to watch your every move http://www.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/ ... _guide.pdf

Then refer to the reasons why people love Iron http://www.srware.net/en/software_srwar ... s_iron.php

Personally I am not looking forward to finding out how to block DOM storage and the privacy invasive uses that will be put to in future with HTML5 ... But it will be a far sight better than Flash player. /rant
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