New Iron-Version: 43.0.2300.0 Stable for Windows

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inline
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Re: New Iron-Version: 43.0.2300.0 Stable for Windows

Post by inline »

lvau wrote: Which browser is better though? Any recommendations?
Slimjet
3.1.3.0
Added option to disable WebRTC under Settings
4.0.7.0
Added option to prevent canvas fingerprinting.
lylejk
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Joined: Thu Feb 20, 2014 1:07 pm

Re: New Iron-Version: 43.0.2300.0 Stable for Windows

Post by lylejk »

mgoldst wrote:
lylejk wrote:Works great for XP (32-bit). Though Youtube has now gone to HTML5, some sites that embed Youtube videos still want to use Flash player, so I tested video play at one of those sites that do and the video plays flawlessly too. Thanks for the update. :)
You can download plugin to force flash on youtube for chrome
It works.
Yes; I know, but now that I have a better computer to run my VM, I like HTML5 better (accept it doesn't show many options when it comes to screen size choices like Flash gave you). I keep on getting a message now that Flash won't be supported by the browser soon though. I suppose it's because of the two types of flash. :)
monomer888
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Location: United Kingdom

Re: New Iron-Version: 43.0.2300.0 Stable for Windows

Post by monomer888 »

Slavi wrote:The Logjam Attack

Warning! Your web browser is vulnerable to Logjam and can be tricked into using weak encryption. You should update your browser.

Iron-Version: 43.0.2300.0 Stable for Windows
https://weakdh.org/
Try adding the following command line switch to your Iron shortcut: --cipher-suite-blacklist=0xcc15,0x009e,0x0039,0x0033

This works on my 32-bit version of Iron and the above weakdh.org website now says:
Good News! Your browser is safe against the Logjam attack.
Torcha
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Re: New Iron-Version: 43.0.2300.0 Stable for Windows

Post by Torcha »

inline wrote: Slimjet
Yeah, at least inbox works. New version out and download takes years... bad password save feature thou. I this to this until srware gets stuff work :)

Thanks for the tip.

ps. worst name for sw ever.
iron_default_browser
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Re: New Iron-Version: 43.0.2300.0 Stable for Windows

Post by iron_default_browser »

Why is update not possible from within browser ?
(Which is standard meanwhile).

Why is it still a 32 bit application ?
(Where 64 bit is standard).

Why is the standard browser problem, which exists since years,
still not solved ?

I believe that this browser protects my privacy much more than google chrome.
But i know, it took much more of my time thatn google chrome.
Fe2O3
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Joined: Thu Mar 12, 2015 6:16 pm

Re: New Iron-Version: 43.0.2300.0 Stable for Windows

Post by Fe2O3 »

Slimjet is not open source.

Regarding WebRTC leak, it is still leaking in Chrome 43. But this may help:
http://www.clodo.it/blog/an-alternative ... rtc-leaks/
aspire
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Re: New Iron-Version: 43.0.2300.0 Stable for Windows

Post by aspire »

Slavi wrote:The Logjam Attack

Warning! Your web browser is vulnerable to Logjam and can be tricked into using weak encryption. You should update your browser.

Iron-Version: 43.0.2300.0 Stable for Windows
https://weakdh.org/
Go to SRWare installed directory and
Right click on chrome.exe and Send to ► Desktop (create shortcut)

Right click on the shortcut, on the target at the end add a space and the following.

Code: Select all

--cipher-suite-blacklist=0x0004,0x0005,0xc007,0xc011,0xcc15,0x009e,0x0039,0x0033
Apply ... OK ..
Now visit https://weakdh.org/, you are no more Vulnerable to Logjam Attack.
vcrpro
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Iron is reporting to Google at 74.125.25.188

Post by vcrpro »

This version of Iron, and the prior version, have been reporting to 74.125.25.188 every time the browser is opened. Whois identifies this as Google, Inc. located in Mountain View, California, 94043, USA. Looks like Iron has some work to do to stop this.
NotMe
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Re: New Iron-Version: 43.0.2300.0 Stable for Windows

Post by NotMe »

iron_default_browser wrote:Why is update not possible from within browser ?
(Which is standard meanwhile).

Why is it still a 32 bit application ?
(Where 64 bit is standard).

Why is the standard browser problem, which exists since years,
still not solved ?

I believe that this browser protects my privacy much more than google chrome.
But i know, it took much more of my time thatn google chrome.
1. Because :)
2. Cause I need 32 bit :P And 64 bit has absolutely no advantages. None, Nada, Niente! :roll:
3. The Standard Browser Problem is resolved since v40, or 41, not sure, but it's solved!
noruzenchi86
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Re: New Iron-Version: 43.0.2300.0 Stable for Windows

Post by noruzenchi86 »

I'm encountering a bug when scrolling with the mouse wheel
The page renders correctly, but everything is invisibly stuck in place. When I scroll away, the links stay in place as if the page hasn't even moved. You can see them by hovering the mouse over where they were for the link cursor to show up.
Using the middle mouse button to scroll is fine, and so are the arrow keys. This resets the page position back to where it actually was.

I've also tried using Iron 41 and 42 with no change. I'm going to keep going down the line until I find a fix.
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