Re: Firefox 6.0.2esr
On 9/5/18 3:47 PM, Sailfish wrote:
My bloviated meandering follows what WaltS48 graced us with on 9/5/2018 10:16 AM:
On 9/5/18 11:32 AM, Sailfish wrote:
After inattentively installing the subject ESR update only to see all my
legacy add-ons disabled, I reinstalled the previous Firefox 52.9.0esr and
immediately Options>Advanced>Update to "Never check for updates (not
recommended: security risk)"
Wow, 6.0.2 is an ESR version?
My bad, left a zero out, it is 60.0.2
I thought it was 60.2.0.
Just spit-balling here but it appeared to hit the ESR channel back on June
6th. The update didn't pop-up until today with an ominous message stating that
my existing version Fx52.9.0 had a serious vuln that was fixed in 60.0.2,
urging me to update it. The thing is, looking at the release notes, it appears
that Fx60.0.2esr vuln fixes were also included in Fx52.9.0esr, so I'm a bit
confused as to why I got the update warning in the first place?
Anyway, I just refreshed my Nightly 64.0 profile and I am running it only
with Content Blocking enabled to see how many ads appear or are blocked.
Do you have another Ad Blocker like Ghostery to compare it to?
Just my memory of the sites.
I got tired of the blank spaces where ads would be and installed uBlock Origin
to get rid of them.
i dunno what you mean, i don't know anything about /uBlock/
Karl's version of Parkinson's Law: Work expands to exceed the time alloted it.
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