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    Quote Originally Posted by ninelives
    ok, removed.
    Heh - no need to remove lah - only kidding.

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    Woohoo.. launch should be at 1am PDT

    Countdown Countdown.. can't wait can't wait...

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    Mozilla Firefox rocks~!!... been my default browser for a long time...

    works for most of all the sites I browse... lightweighted and fast

    but then... don't really work properly with msdn.microsoft.com or other microsoft sites... those MS ActiveX controls dun load, and golden village site... and... well, a few...

    Firefox is a much lightweighted version than the original Mozilla...

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    I'm okay wif GV site leh.

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    Looks like it's out!! downloading now

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    Are you sure? i think you are downloading version 1.0PR

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    Don't think so...

    Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.5) Gecko/20041107 Firefox/1.0


    http://64.12.168.21/pub/mozilla.org/...0/win32/en-US/

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    Well, according to Mozilla site http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/ the 1.0 is suppose to be out today... but the download file is still FirefoxSetup1.0PR.exe...

    Probably check back tomorrow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by romeo
    I'm okay wif GV site leh.
    Not allright when u try to load the booking engine and try to see the seat settings...

    Edited: take back my words... just tried and it works...
    Last edited by RossChang; 9th November 2004 at 05:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RossChang
    Well, according to Mozilla site http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/ the 1.0 is suppose to be out today... but the download file is still FirefoxSetup1.0PR.exe...

    Probably check back tomorrow...
    Follow the link I just pasted above

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    Quote Originally Posted by RossChang
    Well, according to Mozilla site http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/ the 1.0 is suppose to be out today... but the download file is still FirefoxSetup1.0PR.exe...

    Probably check back tomorrow...
    their today is US time, so if you want to follow the download link, wait past midnight :P

    if not , then Firefox 1.0

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    For a change, I don't get any pop-ups!

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    Some of the extensions I used to have don't work now

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    Just found this... Optimized version of Mozilla Firefox... optimized base on your processor... good stuff, worth the checkout... and it's the latest version 1.0, not the PR version leh..

    http://www.moox.ws/tech/mozilla/

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    Is it faster? Performance improvements?

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    Quote Originally Posted by romeo
    Is it faster? Performance improvements?
    Haven't notice any... Computer too fast already ...

    anyhow... the download seems to be bigger... and the icon is different after install...

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    Just read this news http://news.yahoo.com/s/pcworld/120756

    Firefox has unpatched "extremely critical" security holes and exploit code is already circulating on the Net, security researchers have warned.

    The two unpatched flaws in the Mozilla browser could allow an attacker to take control of your system.

    A patch is expected shortly, but in the meantime users can protect themselves by switching off JavaScript. In addition, the Mozilla Foundation has now made the flaws effectively impossible to exploit by changes to the server-side download mechanism on the update.mozilla.org and addons.mozilla.org sites, according to security experts.

    The flaws were confidentially reported to the Foundation on May 2, but by Saturday details had been leaked and were reported by several security organizations, including the French Security Incident Response Team (FrSIRT). Danish security firm Secunia marked the exploit as "extremely critical", its most serious rating, the first time it has given a Firefox flaw this rating.

    In recent months Firefox has gained significant market share from Microsoft's Internet Explorer, partly because it is considered less vulnerable to attacks. However, industry observers have long warned that the browser is more secure partly because of its relatively small user base. As Firefox's profile grows, attackers will increasingly target the browser.

    Two Vulnerabilities Found
    The exploit, discovered by Paul of Greyhats Security Group and Michael "mikx" Krax, makes use of two separate vulnerabilities. An attacker could create a malicious page using frames and a JavaScript history flaw to make software installations appear to be coming from a "trusted" site. By default, Firefox allows software installations from update.mozilla.org and addons.mozilla.org, but users can add their own sites to this whitelist.

    The second part of the exploit triggers software installation using an input verification bug in the "IconURL" parameter in the install mechanism. The effect is that a user could click on an icon and trigger the execution of malicious JavaScript code. Because the code is executed from the browser's user interface, it has the same privileges as the user running Firefox, according to researchers.

    Mozilla Foundation said it has protected most users from the exploit by altering the software installation mechanism on its two whitelisted sites. However, users may be vulnerable if they have added other sites to the whitelist, it warned.

    "We believe this means that users who have not added any additional sites to their software installation whitelist are no longer at risk," Mozilla Foundation said in a statement published on Mozillazine.org.

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    not sure if is posted ..
    try this to speed up your firefox ..

    http://www.ipkonfig.com/cms/index.ph...=165&Itemid=29

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    Quote Originally Posted by simon80
    not sure if is posted ..
    try this to speed up your firefox ..

    http://www.ipkonfig.com/cms/index.ph...=165&Itemid=29
    There's an easier way. Download and install a Firefox extension called Tweak Network Settings.

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