Category Archives: browser
On June 21, 2019, the developers upgraded the Tor bundle to version 8.5.3. The Firefox browser was updated to correct bug 1560192 (Sandbox Escape). The update is only available for desktop systems. In the release notes, Tor developers indicate how … Continue reading
[German]A few days ago the Mozilla developers first released the update to version 67.0.3 for the browser (see Firefox 67.0.3 and Firefox ESR 60.7.1), now the security update to version 67.0.4 (or ESR 60.7.2) has been released.
Google released an update to the Google Chrome 75.0.3770.100 last night, which probably contains some bug fixes. There is also a new Chrome extension called ‘Suspicious Site Reporter’ which was released also by Google.
[German]A few days ago the Mozilla developers had released the update to version 67.0.2 for the browser. On 18 June 2019, a security update to Firefox version 67.0.3 has been released. It’s recommended to update as soon as possible.
[German]Before it get lost: If you store passwords in Firefox and suddenly notice that they are all deleted, you should check if an AVG antivirus solution is running on your system. It blocks access to passwords in Firefox 67.0.2.
Google has released a security update for the Google Chrome browser which upgrades it to version 75.0.3770.90. A critical vulnerability is closed.
[German]At the beginning of June the Mozilla developers first released the update to version 67.01 for the browser. On 11 June 2019 the maintenance update to version 67.0.2 was released to the stable channel.
[German]Google’s developers have released the version 75.0.3770.80 of the Google Chrome browser on June 4, 2019. The new Chrome version contains improvements and security fixes.
[German]It’s an old bug that can annoy Windows 10 users. Internet Explorer crashes in Windows 10 from version 1607 up to 1809 and Windows Server 2016/2019 under certain conditions and can no longer be used. Microsoft has now officially confirmed … Continue reading
[German]The anonymous hacker with the alias SandboxEscaper has just revealed a new vulnerability in Windows 10. This uses the Edge browser to describe the DACL entries and assign SYSTEM privileges to itself.