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Waterfox for Mac 為您提供了一個高性能的 64 位版本的 Mozilla Firefox。 Firefox 源代碼被採取和編譯,以專門運行 64 位 Mac 電腦。為了讓 Waterfox for Mac 從人群中脫穎而出,它?被編譯了很多優化,所以比簡單地將 Firefox 編譯成 64 位程序更快,更高效。下載,安裝或更新 Waterfox for Mac!

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否 Adobe DRM 沒有口袋沒有數據收集運行每個 64 位插件運行每個附加(甚至沒有簽名的)Windows XP 64 位支持更多內容更改... 注意:需要 64 位處理器.

也可用:下載 Waterfox for Windows

檔案版本 Waterfox
檔案名稱 Waterfox%2056.2.7.1%20Setup.dmg
檔案大小 89.6 MB
系統 Mac OS X 10.6 or later
軟體類型 開源軟體
作者 Waterfox Team
更新日期 https://www.waterfoxproject.org/
軟體類型 2019-02-03

What's new in this version:

- Fixed locale issues in Bookmark Manager
- Fixed and updated search icons on about:home and about:newtab
- Test out a new user agent to hopefully fix website issues
- Fixed an issue on macOS where selecting files in modal dialogue would result in freezing

Waterfox 56.2.7
- Fixed HTML5 DRM playback issues on websites such as Amazon Prime

Waterfox 56.2.6
- Updated NSS to 3.34

Mozilla Foundation Security Advisories patched:
- 2018-30

Waterfox 56.2.5
- Change log not available for this version

Waterfox 56.2.4
Mozilla Foundation Security Advisories patched:
- 2018-23
- 2018-24
- Fix macOS Mojave rendering issues
- There is now a complete backup of all classic add-ons from the Mozilla Add-On Store, mirrored on the Waterfox CDN. You can use the Classic add-on Archive add-on to view the catalogue. This will be integrated into the next minor Waterfox version (56.3)

Waterfox 56.2.3

- Waterfox has been patched with all the latest ESR security fixes.
- There is now a complete backup of all classic add-ons from the Mozilla Add-On Store, mirrored on the Waterfox CDN. You can use the Classic add-on Archive add-on to view the catalogue. This will be integrated into the next Waterfox version.

Waterfox now has a unique identifier in its user agent, but in a way that shouldn't confuse sniffers:
- Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT x.y; Win64; x64; rv:56.0; Waterfox) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/56.2.3
- Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X x.y; rv:56.0; Waterfox) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/56.2.3
- Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:56.0; Waterfox) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/56.2.3

Waterfox 56.2.2

- Certain add-ons not showing their own options page (such as uBlock Origin dashboard)
- Corrupted Content issue on website that use service workers

Waterfox 56.2.1
- Mozilla Foundation Security Advisories patched: 2018-14

Waterfox 56.2.0

View changes:
Mozilla Foundation Security Advisories patched:
- 2018-11
- 2018-10

General Desktop:
- Remove Google Play Services from Android (will now be able to add to F-Droid!)
- Stylo is now built, but disabled by default
- Rust components are now built with optimisations
- Updated various media codecs
- Back ported performance improvements for JavaScript (should now stop the high CPU usage!)

Tested a new way to keep Waterfox components up to date with the release branch of Firefox (includes security and performance upgrades for the components):
- Freetype2
- Skia
- svg.context-properties.content.enabled is now true by default
- Fingerprint option now disguises Waterfox as Firefox 60

Website Updates:
- Downloads now take you to a proper downloads page, with Portable download link fixed!
- Downloads archive will also be on this page (just re-uploading it all)

Waterfox 56.1.0
Mozilla Foundation Security Advisory Patches:
- 2018-08
- 2018-06

General Desktop:
- Stylo is now enabled and built for Waterfox on all Desktop platforms
- Cookie prompt has been removed until it is fixed properly
- The new about:preferences interfact has been fixed, can be enabled via browser.preferences.useOldOrganization
- Profile import has been re-architected
- You can now Refresh your profile at about:support!
- Update various media codecs
- Disable the add-ons discovery pane
- Disable attempted telemetry ping to nowhere
- Enable support for input type=date and type=time
- Show punycode by default to prevent phishing

- OS X 10.7 support is now properly back

What's coming up:
- Integration of a classic add-on catalogue within about:addons
- Re-implement Cookie Prompt
- Include libc++-static to support Mac OS X 10.6
- Remove Google Play Services from Android to add it to the F-Droid store
- Port over various 57 WebExtension APIs that didn't make it into 56

Waterfox 56.0.4
- Update default search for some platforms. Feel free to use it or Ecosia, whichever you prefer to support Waterfox

Mozilla Foundation Security Advisory Patches:
- 2018-02
- 2018-05

Waterfox 56.0.3
- Fixed incorrect update file being delivered to < Waterfox 56 users
- Fixes for default browser detection
- Enable e10s, disable e10s-multi for add-ons marked as incompatible. If you have issues with any add-ons, disable e10s completely
- Removed “e10s - (PID)” label from tabs

Waterfox 56.0.2
- e10s will now be disabled when using add-ons that aren’t marked explicitly as compatible with e10s
- If you’d like to force enable e10s, you can by setting browser.tabs.remote.force-enable to true in about:config. Warning: This may cause the add-on or the browser to behave unexpectedly
- Updated libcubeb library to prevent audio issues on new Windows 10 builds, Bug 1426719

Mozilla Foundation Security Advisory Patches:
- Fix default browser check (Thanks to jdunn0)
- Fix plugin issues due to checking .mozilla instead of .waterfox (Thanks to PhantomX)
- Fix of various white space issues thanks to jbeich

Waterfox 56.0.1

- Change log not available for this version

Waterfox 56.0

- Waterfox now uses its own profile directory. If you have updated from an automatic update, you will get a prompt to import your data to this new location after restarting the browser post update.
- As much of your data will try to be kept as possible. Location on macOS: ~/Library/Application Support/Waterfox.
- If you use a different than default location for Firefox, you should be able to just update the profile.ini in the new Waterfox profile location to carry on using that location.

- Waterfox will now remain at 56 for the time being, following the security releases of 59 ESR until it becomes End of Line (Q1 2019). In the meanwhile, a “new” browser will be developed to follow the ethos of Waterfox of customisation and choice, while staying up to do date with the rapidly evolving browser landscape.
- Based on Firefox 56.0.2 release.
- Fixed GUI rendering issues on macOS High Sierra.
- Fixed search suggestions not appearing.
- Enabled e10s by default, some add-ons that aren’t marked as compatible may cause unexpected behaviour.
- Cookie Prompt has been re-implemented thanks to Savarese.Org: Firefox used to allow you to be notified every time a Web site attempted to set a cookie. You could decide to accept or reject the cookie as well as specify the cookie lifetime and whether to use your choice for all cookies from the Web site, thereby updating your cookie preferences.

Security patches from 57 release:
- Bug 1261175, Bug 1325923, Bug 1339259, Bug 1365894, Bug 1366420, Bug 1369561, Bug 1370497, Bug 1375146, Bug 1383019, Bug 1384121, Bug 1387799, Bug 1387845, Bug 1394031, Bug 1394265, Bug 1394530, Bug 1395138, Bug 1397811, Bug 1399540, Bug 1399922, Bug 1400003, Bug 1400554, Bug 1401339, Bug 1401804, Bug 1402363, Bug 1402876, Bug 1402896, Bug 1403646, Bug 1404636, Bug 1406154, Bug 1406398, Bug 1406750, Bug 1407032, Bug 1407375, Bug 1407740, Bug 1407751, Bug 1408005, Bug 1408412, Bug 1408782, Bug 1408990, Bug 1411458, Bug 1412252

Waterfox 55.2.2
- Stop Mozilla from installing add-ons without user permission
- If these add-ons are already installed, they will be removed within a day of using the updated version

Waterfox 55.2.1
- Don’t build AUS Helper extension
- Disable Battery Status API for privacy reasons
- Update bundled search plugins to their OpenSearch equivalents where available
- Revert to Ecosia as default, while issues are resolved with Yahoo
- Update blocklist (extension, plugin and certificate)

Waterfox 55.2.0
- Patched security issues from 52.4 ESR/56 Release. (Mozilla Security Advisories)
- Linux: Switched to an older build environment for better compatibility of libraries
- Linux: No longer statically link libgcc
- Linux: Backported patches for issues with FreeType
- macOS: 10.13 has graphical issues with the GUI. Will wait for all patches to release before fixing in 56
- Android: Download APK or from Google Play Store (slight delay)
- Yahoo is now the default search partner, but you may still use Ecosia to support Waterfox

- Change log not available for this version

Waterfox 55.1.0
- Updated to Firefox 55.0.3 (Release Notes)
- Statically linked libstdc++ on Linux
- Added option to toggle Electrolysis in about:preferences > General
- Android release is ready! Just passing through the Google Play store and will submit request to go onto the F-Droid store
- Improved migration of profile to not copy over old profile
- Toggle some privacy options by removing Microsoft Family ’MITM’ and disable add-on metadata updates
- Added FINDX and updated Yahoo! URL

Waterfox 55.0.2
- Reverted Yahoo partner URL until better solution found.
- Updated to Firefox 55.0.2

Waterfox 55.0.1
- Updated to Firefox 55.0.1 (Release Notes)
- Full add-ons are now marked as such in the about:addons page, in preparation for keeping support
- Waterfox will CARRY ON SUPPORT for add-ons
- Backed out Bug 1351490 to keep NPAPI support
- Added Yahoo! partner URL

Waterfox now uses its own profile directory (as you may have been prompted when updating):
- Location on macOS: ~/Library/Application Support/Waterfox
- Location on Linux: ~/.waterfox/
- Location on Windows: %APPDATA%Waterfox

Waterfox 54.0.1
- Updated to Firefox 54.0.1
- Implemented Bug 1294490 to enable support of WebP images
- Block data being sent to Google Analytics on the internal about:addons page

- Disable building of pingsender executable
- Give users choice to use Google’s Widevine CDM for HTML5 EME/DRM. Note: No proprietary binaries are included by default, they are optionally downloaded in Preferences > Content

Waterfox 54.0
- Updated to Firefox 54.0 (Release Notes)
- Language request now also change when a different locale is selected

- Simplified the download button and download status panel
- Added support for multiple content processes (e10s-multi)
- Added Burmese (my) locale

- Moved the mobile bookmarks folder to the main bookmarks menu for easier access

- Added ability to create and save custom devices in Responsive Design Mode

Various security fixes:
- CVE-2017-5472: Use-after-free using destroyed node when regenerating trees
- CVE-2017-7749: Use-after-free during docshell reloading
- CVE-2017-7750: Use-after-free with track elements
- CVE-2017-7751: Use-after-free with content viewer listeners
- CVE-2017-7752: Use-after-free with IME input
- CVE-2017-7754: Out-of-bounds read in WebGL with ImageInfo object
- CVE-2017-7755: Privilege escalation through Firefox Installer with same directory DLL files
- CVE-2017-7756: Use-after-free and use-after-scope logging XHR header errors
- CVE-2017-7757: Use-after-free in IndexedDB
- CVE-2017-7778: Vulnerabilities in the Graphite 2 library
- CVE-2017-7758: Out-of-bounds read in Opus encoder
- CVE-2017-7759: Android intent URLs can cause navigation to local file system
- CVE-2017-7760: File manipulation and privilege escalation via callback parameter in Mozilla Windows Updater and Maintenance Service
- CVE-2017-7761: File deletion and privilege escalation through Mozilla Maintenance Service helper.exe application
- CVE-2017-7762: Addressbar spoofing in Reader mode
- CVE-2017-7763: Mac fonts render some unicode characters as spaces
- CVE-2017-7764: Domain spoofing with combination of Canadian Syllabics and other unicode blocks
- CVE-2017-7765: Mark of the Web bypass when saving executable files
- CVE-2017-7766: File execution and privilege escalation through updater.ini, Mozilla Windows Updater, and Mozilla Maintenance Service
- CVE-2017-7767: Privilege escalation and arbitrary file overwrites through Mozilla Windows Updater and Mozilla Maintenance Service
- CVE-2017-7768: 32 byte arbitrary file read through Mozilla Maintenance Service
- CVE-2017-7770: Addressbar spoofing with JavaScript events and fullscreen mode
- CVE-2017-5471: Memory safety bugs fixed in Firefox 54
- CVE-2017-5470: Memory safety bugs fixed in Firefox 54 and Firefox ESR 52.2

- When using a profile shared by Firefox, sponsored tile and snippet URLs may overwrite default Waterfox settings, enabling them again
- Automatic updates will be delayed by 24 hours to make sure there aren’t any pressing issues before seeding to everyone

Waterfox 53.0.3
- Updated to Firefox 53.0.3

- Fix excessive resource usage from the captive portal detection service
- FIx hangs when using a proxy with NTLM authentication

- Bump preloaded security information expiration times

Waterfox 53.0.1
- Use built in OS location services. This will require permissions from your OS, which should ask when Waterfox tries to utilise the API (tested on Windows 7+ and macOS, will get MLS API key as well for unsupported systems)
- Fixed add-on corruption issue on add-ons with no manifest ID
- macOS builds are now available

Waterfox 52.0.1
- Updated to Firefox 52.0.1
- Fixed about:home CSS
- Fixed Netflix/Amazon Prime Video/Chase website issues by spoofing Firefox 38 user agent for those sites
- Enabled various HTML5 features

Waterfox 52.0
- Updated to Firefox 52.0
- Removed 64-Bit NPAPI Flash only limitation
- Pulled changes that fixed various issues with telemetry, startup performance and more. Big thanks to PandaCodex for their contributions!
- There is a small bug on about:home with the logo being misplaced which I’ll make sure is resolved in a small bug fix update.

Waterfox 51.0.1
- Updated to Firefox 51.0.1

Waterfox 51.0

- Updated to Firefox 51 codebase
- Quality of Life feature: Select your language from Options (Preferences) > General > Locale! Language are now automatically bundled with Waterfox
- Quality of Life feature: Duplicate Tabs! Right Click and Select Duplicate Tab to access this feature
- Switched to O3 flag when compiling on macOS
- Disabled offline archiving of telemetry data

Waterfox 50.0
- Critical security updates, immediate update recommended

Waterfox 50.0

- Waterfox is now built with Clang-cl thanks to the great progress made in the winclang bug
- Mac builds are now support to set OS X 10.4 as minimum supported version, but with no guarantee of running without issues

Waterfox 49.0.3

- Updated codebase to Firefox 49.0.2

Waterfox 49.0.2
- Removed remaining Mozilla pingback URLs
- Set minimum supported version for OS X to 10.6 (not guaranteed to run)
- Fixed ICU reverting back to 56.1, now at 57.1 again
- Removed graphics from empty snippet box on home page

Waterfox 49.0.1
- Tor browser anonymity features were meant to be in this release but will be pushed back to the next release
- Windows XP 64-Bit may have issues running the latest version, this is being looked into
- Updated codebase to Firefox 49.0.1

Waterfox 48.0.2
- Update codebase to Firefox 48.0.2
- Adobe Flash 23 Beta should resolve “Context3D Not Available!” issue

Waterfox 48.0.1
- Temporarily reverted to Visual Studio 2015 due to some graphical issues with Clang.
- Implemented patch for Bug 1283274 - Avoid the wmode windowed -> opaque Flash workaround when we detect Flash async drawing support
- Fix wrong profile location on OS X.

Waterfox 48.0
- Switched to Clang for Windows compilation. Things look much more promising than previous reports and stability seems good. Please report any issues and I’ll file bugzilla reports as this will help out Mozilla as well ???? This is a promising step to using a completely free/open-source build environment!
- Reverted Registry Entries to be the same location as Mozilla’s so 3rd party programs like Roboform can work again (might need to re-install Roboform or Waterfox again for example)
- Another attempt to fix unsigned extensions from not running. So hopefully they will now!

What features does Waterfox currently have?
- Disabled EME (doesn’t work on 3rd party builds anyway)
- Disabled Web Runtime (deprecated as of 2015)
- Removed Pocket completely
- Removed all telemetry/data collection being sent back to Mozilla
- Disabled the 64-Bit NPAPI white-list so that the user can decide what plugins they can run (doesn’t make sense for Mozilla to do this as most of their user base probably aren’t technically proficient), but it’s something Waterfox users are capable of handling.
- I’ve also allowed unsigned extensions to run as well as there are still some old extensions people like to use (it’s disabled by Mozilla for the same reason as above)
- Windows XP 64-Bit support
- Updated ICU to 57.1 (current Mozilla base is on 56.1)
- Removal of Sponsored Tiles on New Tab Page
- Compiled with Clang

- When using a profile shared by Firefox, sponsored tile and snippet URLs may overwrite default Waterfox settings, enabling them again
- Automatic updates will be delayed by 24 hours to make sure there aren’t any pressing issues before seeding to everyone.

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