Opera 7.52 for Unix Changelog
Opera version 7.52 is now available for download.
The file search.ini has been changed to ensure correct default addresses for dictionary and encyclopedia searches. Existing versions will be overwritten on upgrade. Users who have a customized search.ini file that they would like to keep, should edit its version number to 4 before upgrading. Note that you have to edit the search.ini file located in the /profile folder (Windows) or the /.opera folder (Linux).
Changes since Opera 7.51
- Fixed a URI obfuscation weakness enabling impersonation of legitimate web sites. Illegal characters in addresses will be stripped. This addresses Security Focus Bugtraq ID #10517.
- Solved frame injection vulnerability that allowed for spoofing (Secunia Advisory SA11978).
- Solved certificate verification problem.
- Changed search.ini to ensure correct default dictionary and encyclopedia searches. On how to protect customized files from being overwritten, see Release Note.
- Changed main toolbar. Now includes options Open, Save, Print, Find, Home, Panels, Tile, and Cascade.
- Various stability and rendering improvements.
- "Show in" submenu for messages now has nested display of nested filters.
- Corrected message reply behavior when View > Encoding is set to autodetect.
- Fixed SSL renegotiation problem causing login trouble on certain secure sites.
- Various encoding-related improvements to accommodate Japanese language version.
- Middle-click configuration dialog disabled in kiosk mode.
- Resolved issue with the 'personaldir' startup option, where a symbolic link would not be recognized as such.
- http-accept language set to "en" as default on clean installs of Opera (setting will not be overwritten if upgrading).
- Solved problem with import of bookmarks from Konqueror.