Camino 2.0.7 Mac web browser updated
The Camino Project has issued version 2.0.7 of its open source web browser for Mac, a maintenance release that addresses several issues found in the previous version from mid-November of last year. According to the developers, the latest stable release of Mozilla's Mac browser includes updates that blacklist several invalid HTTPS certificates. It also restores the ability for certain Java applets to open new windows.
The Camino Project is almost as old as Firefox and like Firefox, uses the Gecko rendering engine. The main difference is that the user interface is based on Cocoa instead of on XUL, tailoring Camino exclusively to the Mac operating system.
More details about the release can be found in a post on the Camino blog and in the release notes. Camino 2.0.7 is available to download (direct download) for Mac OS X 10.4 or later from the project's site. Camino is released under the MPL/LGPL/GPL tri-licence.
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