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File: d04e36a8fd30547⋯.png (254.34 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, DC47C821-6385-4CCD-8854-45….png)

 No.1065475

This new piece of Chromeware comes with:

>A new Sync Button directly ripping off the Chrome Account button.

>New rules so that Add Ons are disabled by default on Private Mode.

>Saves Password even on Private Mode.

I rate it a: “Switch to Basilisk/Pale Moon you Dumbass Court Monkey!” out of 10.

 No.1065479

need to switch to something else on the laptop too


 No.1065482

>>1065475

>Basilisk

Does its website load for everyone? I can't access it, maybe I need to use a VPN.


 No.1065486

>sync button

That's not new?????


 No.1065491


 No.1065492

File: fdc8ef876cd658c⋯.png (21.57 KB, 358x455, 358:455, Capture.PNG)

>>1065486

It is once it's directly in your toolbar.


 No.1065493


 No.1065494

>>1065492

Only a matter of time before you need to sign in before using the browser.


 No.1065496

>>1065492

Well, I don't have that button. Are you aware that the elements in the toolbar can be customized?

Good thread btw


 No.1065497

>>1065491

>chinafirewalltest

I've never even been to China.

>>1065493

https://downforeveryoneorjustme.com/basilisk-browser.org , https://down.com/ , and various other sites too. I've actually tested it already with the first one I linked.

>https://www.filehorse.com/download-basilisk-browser-64/

>https://www.filerobin.com/browsers-and-plugins/basilisk-browser-2019-03-08-32-bit/

>download links only for the windows version

of course. I wonder if Basilisk is in any Linux distros' repos or if I need to compile it. Or if it's even worth using it instead of Pale Moon. Is Pale Moon even actually secure?


 No.1065498

>A new Sync Button directly ripping off the Chrome Account button.

It's not new and it's easy to remove.

>New rules so that Add Ons are disabled by default on Private Mode.

>Saves Password even on Private Mode.

So let me get this straight: first you're mad because they're disabling extensions on private mode by default (because those extensions can and will gather data on your private tabs) and then you're mad because it's now possible to save some info from private tabs? Make up your mind.

And no, Firefox doesn't "Save Password even on Private Mode." it merely asks users if they wish to save their passwords.


 No.1065503

God, I hate nu-tech. How much of a nigger monkey do you have to be to use standard Firefox, at all? Let alone like it?

I shouldn't be surprised when the mods are retarded enough to disable posting with a VPN for such a long amount of time, though. I'm only staying because I'm a masochist who enjoys seeing things rot.


 No.1065504

>>1065503

better than the dead alternatives like icecat. last release of it was over 6 months ago so its full of vulnerabilities.


 No.1065509

>>1065504

If you're using librejs properly, a significant portion those vulnerabilities are meaningless. Those vulnerabilities work because they have unlimited access to Javascript which can be used to overwrite the boundaries that are supposed to be.


 No.1065511

>>1065497

You never specified that you use Linux.

I'll give you the direct link, but the Linux version only supports 64-bit computers. Pale Moon is the 32-bit alternative.

http://us.basilisk-browser.org/release/basilisk-latest.linux64.tar.bz2

http://eu.basilisk-browser.org/release/basilisk-latest.linux64.tar.bz2

http://jp.basilisk-browser.org/release/basilisk-latest.linux64.tar.bz2


 No.1065513

>>1065498

>So let me get this straight: first you're mad because they're disabling extensions on private mode by default (because those extensions can and will gather data on your private tabs) and then you're mad because it's now possible to save some info from private tabs? Make up your mind.

Are you genuinely retarded or just pretending? His complaint is that even though it disables extensions to prevent saving data from private tabs it still saves data from private tabs.


 No.1065528

>>1065475

>Basilisk

>Support for all NPAPI plugins (Unity, Silverlight, Flash, Java, authentication plugins, etc.).

>Support for WebAssembly (WASM).

>install botnet.exe


 No.1065532

>>1065528

You got any better alternatives Richard?


 No.1065535

>“Switch to Pale Moon you Dumbass Court Monkey!” out of 10.

We were already at that point when they started killing XUL extensions. Now we're at "Wallow in your own filth you dumb motherfucker" out of 10


 No.1065538

>>1065504

>last release of it was over 6 months ago so its full of vulnerabilities.

kek. I remember when someone said it was dead last summer. Then the repo updated the next day.


 No.1065541

>any of this

>new

>using the normalfag release anyway

Says a lot about you. Sync button is old as dirt.

The private-browsing-disabling-new-addons-by-default thing is fucking annoying to me, but after talking to normie friends they apparently use private browsing as a sort of fresh-start deal and having their six gorrillion pinterest facebook bullshit icons turned off there is what they want, and they just manually whitelist uBlock Origin.

I use temporary containers on every new tab by default, and don't have AIDS addons installed in the first place, so I wouldn't have thought of such a thing.

Sync is also a really useful feature. I use a ton of devices and all my bookmarks, tabs, etc are seamlessly available, and E2E encrypted. Feels good.

>>1065492

>doesn't understand you can customize the toolbar

>clearly a fresh install

poasting in a google thread

>>1065491

But Servo is cool.


 No.1065548

>>1065475

Why are you still using (((firefox)))?


 No.1065567

>>1065541

based

>>1065548

>hurr durr why do you use ((({any browser})))

what's the alternative?


 No.1065922

File: 74a69e806755075⋯.jpg (139.78 KB, 639x437, 639:437, 7Z17ydw.jpg)

File: 3c04b0ac4471431⋯.jpg (129.5 KB, 948x900, 79:75, 7tin.jpg)

File: b4a141ee76a36d3⋯.jpg (15.79 KB, 453x439, 453:439, 1524541300829.jpg)

>>1065567

>what's the alternative

There is no reason, besides the unfortunate situation where you need (a) web extension(s), to use Mozilla Firefox instead of Pale Moon.

Change my mind.

t. Ungoogled Chromium user (most of the time. It is dependent on Google, unlike Pale Meme. Pale Meme also is faster with everything that isn't JavaShit)

I should have stayed on alt-chans


 No.1065952

>>1065922

>>1065567

The alternative is to modify the Firefox source code.


 No.1065956

I had installed a Linux distro for someone that came preloaded with Firefox recently. Since when does it have that retarded homepage? Who the fuck outside HIV-positive iButtplug wifi-connected rainbow dick San-Francisco cares about any of the drivel (((news))) they put on there? Fuck that, man. I don't need/want to see ZOG propaganda approved for consumption for niggers everytime I open the 'net. Shove that kikefeed up your curly-haired pozzed jew asshole, mozilla.


 No.1065957

>>1065956

Change the homepage. problem solved.


 No.1065986

>>1065528

>>Basilisk

>>Support for WebAssembly (WASM).

>doubt


 No.1066054

No one mentions Firefox Send: https://send.firefox.com/

Up to 1GB without account.


 No.1066096

>>1066054

shill?

>Firefox Send

>look at privacy policy

>We receive the following to improve our service and performance: ....... operating system, browser, language preference, country, timestamps, duration for file transfer, reasons for errors, reasons for file expiration. Third Party Services: We use Google Cloud Platform.

>Firefox

>Mozilla

>Google


 No.1066124

>>1066096

retard?


 No.1066132

>>1066054

they make things like this instead of fixing things like the disgusting filepicker that they have probably used over 20 years now.


 No.1066137

>>1066132

retard

The filepicker is not made by Mozilla.


 No.1066289

>>1065504

They're using the ESR. Yes, much vulns for what amounts to non-adventurous browsing: social media, the same news websites, company websites.

Firefox, IceCat, TBB have about:config Get into it, its fun!


 No.1066294

>>1066096

Guess you're right, my bad.


 No.1066313

>>1066289

it uses esr but the last stable release of it was over 6 months ago. the official firefox esr updates much more. now they have a new release in the git but even that will be outdated when/if it gets released to the gnu ftp.


 No.1066320

>>1065475

i've built basilisk yesterday but other than some redditor cunts shitting on the browser, didn't see anything about adding ublock origin to it. how am i supposed to get my ff57+ addons on it?


 No.1066321

>>1066132

if you're on loonucks, the filepicker comes with gtk you fucking retard.




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