Re: Safe To Stay With 56.0.2 ?
On 3/11/18 8:33 PM, Arnie Goetchius wrote:
On 3/9/18 6:30 AM, PietB wrote:
Quoting from the given article about Pale Moon:
- "The older code also omits features that help make modern browsers so secure, like
the multi-process sandboxing features that have finally arrived in Firefox Quantum."
For how many users is that*really* important in everyday life?
Precisely my point. Users are more concerned with extensions than security.
Agree. If I get an update that won't be able to use the "Saved Passwords" add-on, I won't upgrade,
Are you using 56.0.2?
Saved Password Editor add-on?
"Added notice that non-Firefox users should switch to Classic Password
You can edit passwords right in Firefox without an extension.
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