Software Update: Mozilla SeaMonkey 2:30




Mozilla has released version 2.30 of SeaMonkey. SeaMonkey is the continuation of the former Mozilla Application Suite and consists of a web browser and programs to e-mail and news reading. There is also a simple HTML editor available. SeaMonkey is in contrast to the Mozilla Application Suite maintained by the community, and the SeaMonkey Council oversees the maintenance. The list of changes for this release is as follows:

SeaMonkey-specific changes
Adding certificate exceptions for mail servers failed ( bug 1059476 ).
Install add-on door hanger notifications were not displaying ( bug 1051006 ).
See the changes page for a more complete overview.
Mozilla platform changes
OMTC HAS BEEN enabled by default on Windows.
OpenH264 support (sandboxed) HAS BEEN added.
A new CSP backend was Implemented.
Support for connecting to HTTP proxies over HTTPS was Implemented.
Improved reliability of the session restoration .
WebCrypto support HAS BEEN enhanced: Added RSA-OAEP, PBKDF2 and AES KW Support, Implemented wrapKey and unwrapKey, enabled import / export or JWK-formatted keys.
Also see Firefox 33 for Developers .
Fixed several at stability issues.
The changes page lists a more detailed overview of new features and fixes relative to our last stable release, SeaMonkey 2:29 . Relevant security fixes are listed on Security Advisories for SeaMonkey .


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