Release Notes: This release fixes the security issues described in Secunia Advisory SA15870 (download dialog spoofing), Secunia Advisory SA15756 (image dragging), and Secunia Advisory SA15781 (link hijacking). Default handling of encodings in the spelling checker was improved. Installed plug-ins are now used as default handlers. Support for XMLHttpRequest was improved. Download handling when closing the originating page was fixed. Several stability issues were addressed.
Release Notes: This release features new and improved security features, including use of IDN only on whitelisted TLDs. The default menu and toolbar setups have been improved. A new Start bar gives easy access to useful features. Notification of blocked popups and simple retrieval of closed pages and blocked popups have been added. "Fit to window width" abolishes horizontal scrolling. Support for XmlHttpRequest (for full Gmail support) has been added. Elegant email attachment handling has been added.
Release Notes: The data URL issue described in Secunia Advisory SA13818 was solved. Additional fixes for the frame injection issue reported in Secunia Advisory SA13253 were made. An extra warning dialog when opening .sh, .desktop, or executables directly from the Web or from the transfer manager with kfmclient exec was added, addressing the issue reported in Secunia Advisory SA13447. Improvements were made to the handling of the "must-revalidate" cache directive. A stability issue in the Japanese version was solved. A crash when importing email was fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixed two critical security flaws and made several small enhancements.
Release Notes: This release addresses three security issues, and uses a fixed version of OpenSSL.
Release Notes: This release aligns the Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD and Windows releases and supports many new features, including bidirectional text (BiDi), the data (RFC 2397) URL scheme, synchronized image animations, and a reintroduced kiosk mode, and accepts drag and drop from remote applications. Many bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: This is the first stable Linux release of the Opera 7 series. It includes a whole host of new features, including the M2 mail client, cookie and pop-up management, the password manager Wand, skinning, MDI and SDI, as well as FastForward, Rewind, and Slideshow. Support for standards has been enhanced, and support for DOM level 2 and CSS2 was added.
Release Notes: Some problems with banner handling have been fixed. Banner data with corrupted contents could in some cases crash Opera. Upgrading is only recommended for users using unregistered versions of Opera for Linux and encountering problems.