Search found 100 matches

by LigH1L
2019-03-05, 13:35
Forum: Basilisk
Topic: uBlock Origin getting incompatible
Replies: 19
Views: 1742

Re: uBlock Origin getting incompatible

In referring to the poster's comment, "(which made me disable the uBlock Updater)" I assumed this to mean that "LigH1L" is one of the developers No, I am no developer. Pale Moon offered in their "Compatible Add-ons" page once a link to a legacy uBlock Origin and an additional uBlock Updater. I beli...
by LigH1L
2019-01-15, 11:51
Forum: Basilisk
Topic: uBlock Origin getting incompatible
Replies: 19
Views: 1742

Re: uBlock Origin getting incompatible

Thank you for pointing at the root of this issue, yami_ ... this should help the developers deciding on a convenient solution.
by LigH1L
2019-01-15, 08:07
Forum: Basilisk
Topic: uBlock Origin getting incompatible
Replies: 19
Views: 1742

uBlock Origin getting incompatible

Among the github releases of uBlock Origin, version 1.17.5rc4 (Dec 29, 2018) appears to be the last one Basilisk accepts, newer versions are reported to be incompatible (which made me disable the uBlock Updater). Which of both sides would easier adapt to these new differences? RFC also in uB0 Suppor...
by LigH1L
2018-11-30, 18:27
Forum: Development (discussion)
Topic: CSS based DoS attack against web browsers
Replies: 10
Views: 482

Re: CSS based DoS attack against web browsers

Well, I used "Denial of Service" (DoS) in the title, like the description explained. That describes the effect optimally: "Application does not respond" because it hogs the CPU.
by LigH1L
2018-11-30, 18:00
Forum: Development (discussion)
Topic: CSS based DoS attack against web browsers
Replies: 10
Views: 482

Re: CSS based DoS attack against web browsers

That's its purpose. No access to valuable data, just freezing it by allocating way too much memory and taking excess time to calculate that.
by LigH1L
2018-11-30, 14:28
Forum: Development (discussion)
Topic: CSS based DoS attack against web browsers
Replies: 10
Views: 482

CSS based DoS attack against web browsers

I wonder if you already have implemented some prevention (or can imagine any "Defense in Depth") against: https://cras.sh/ CraSSh is a cross-browser purely declarative DoS relying on poor nested CSS var() and calc() handling in modern browsers. CraSSh affects all major browsers on desktop and mobile...
by LigH1L
2018-11-15, 07:23
Forum: Bug reports (Windows)
Topic: v28.1.0: Taskbar preview fix breaks taskbar icons in W7 Aero Basic
Replies: 11
Views: 618

Re: v28.1.0: Taskbar preview fix breaks taskbar icons in W7 Aero Basic

:cry: I don't expect magic from humans. It was just feedback; no demand, no blame. At most a patient reminder. But maybe I have a talent for making myself misunderstood for the worst.

Take the time you need. I will stop my feedback until it's done. :silent:
by LigH1L
2018-10-03, 11:23
Forum: General support
Topic: Videos not working
Replies: 10
Views: 1268

Re: Videos not working

I have this issue (loading, playing 1 single frame, then stalling and showing "If playback doesn’t begin shortly try restarting your device" after a while) since I updated Flash this week, the same issue in Pale Moon and Basilisk and Firefox. And in Vivaldi (Chromium, PPAPI) it played once without a...
by LigH1L
2018-10-03, 11:15
Forum: Browser extensions
Topic: Which PM comp. add-on to save/restore session?
Replies: 3
Views: 221

Re: Which PM comp. add-on to save/restore session?

Thank you. Version 0.8.1.7 works in Pale Moon. Looks very versatile, has a good localization.
by LigH1L
2018-09-30, 09:25
Forum: Browser extensions
Topic: Which PM comp. add-on to save/restore session?
Replies: 3
Views: 221

Which PM comp. add-on to save/restore session?

Sometimes I have to run Pale Moon under minimal circumstances for debugging (e.g. close all tabs and secondary windows, possibly even use Safe Mode). But then I cannot restore from "Recently closed tabs" because that list gets emptied after restarts. I guess I need an add-on which allows me to save ...
by LigH1L
2018-09-30, 08:16
Forum: Bug reports (Windows)
Topic: v28.1.0: Taskbar preview fix breaks taskbar icons in W7 Aero Basic
Replies: 11
Views: 618

Re: v28.1.0: Taskbar preview fix breaks taskbar icons in W7 Aero Basic

I started Pale Moon in Safe Mode to avoid add-ons interfering. Browser Console: Content Security Policy: Directive ‘child-src’ has been deprecated. Please use directive ‘worker-src’ to control workers, or directive ‘frame-src’ to control frames respectively. (unknown) [bugsnag] Loaded! application-9...
by LigH1L
2018-09-23, 14:44
Forum: Bug reports (Windows)
Topic: v28.1.0: Taskbar preview fix breaks taskbar icons in W7 Aero Basic
Replies: 11
Views: 618

v28.1.0: Taskbar preview fix breaks taskbar icons in W7 Aero Basic

In the release notes you also mentioned: Fixed tab previews in the Windows taskbar (if enabled). Interesting, since this version the favicons displayed in each tab are not displayed in the taskbar list anymore if I do not use Aero Glass with Aero Peak, but only Aero Basic designs in Windows 7 SP1. H...
by LigH1L
2018-08-17, 09:42
Forum: General discussion (old)
Topic: PM 28.0.0 impressions/addon compatbility discussion
Replies: 53
Views: 2889

Re: PM 28.0.0 impressions/addon compatbility discussion

Isengrim wrote:Basilisk has limited WebExtension support, but Pale Moon does not.
Ah, mixed them up, thank you.
by LigH1L
2018-08-17, 09:27
Forum: General discussion (old)
Topic: PM 28.0.0 impressions/addon compatbility discussion
Replies: 53
Views: 2889

Re: PM 28.0.0 impressions/addon compatbility discussion

What I missed in the announcement or release notes : Besides several legacy add-on API's, does it also support a few Web Extension interfaces? I thought to remember that there was some limited support already. Or am I wrong? Updating from v27.9.4 to v28.0.0 (Win64) was flawless for me on two PC's, e...
by LigH1L
2018-08-05, 18:46
Forum: General discussion (old)
Topic: TLS security for DNS: Not in Firefox style, please
Replies: 2
Views: 341

Re: TLS security for DNS: Not in Firefox style, please

Moonchild wrote:DNS-over-HTTP(S) (or "D'Oh!" as I call it) ...
:lol: Perfect reply.
by LigH1L
2018-08-05, 18:33
Forum: General discussion (old)
Topic: TLS security for DNS: Not in Firefox style, please
Replies: 2
Views: 341

TLS security for DNS: Not in Firefox style, please

A German blogger (known for security audits and notorious for "conspiracy theories"), Fefe, mentioned ways to make DNS more secure and pointed out flaws in the technology which the publisher Heise (c't and iX magazine) proposes and Firefox will support soon (JSON via TLS via Cloudflare, network.trr....