Dominique Leuenberger wrote:
MozillaFirefox (68.0.2 -> 68.1.0)
==== MozillaFirefox ====
Version update (68.0.2 -> 68.1.0)
- Mozilla Firefox 68.1.0
* CVE-2019-11740 (bmo#1563133,bmo#1573160)
Memory safety bugs fixed in Firefox 69, Firefox ESR 68.1, and Firefox ESR 60.9
- switched package to ESR branch
A question regarding firefox-esr:
I had so far installed the firefox-esr package, firefox-esr-52.9.0-2.125.x86_64
This is because I need some plugin for Net ID using some gemalto card reader,
for swedish government logins (npiidplg.so). That's basically the only thing
I use ff for, my browser is vivaldi. The plugin uses the old API that had
been removed from main FF.
Today when upgrading I saw it was going to remove the esr version, so I locked
it before it could be kicked out. Phew.
Now I see this switch to ESR version in the changelog, and I have no real idea
what to make of that. Would that new ESR version support the respective
plugins? Or is that (IIRC old netscape) API also disabled on those?
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