Midori Private Browser

Leszek Lesner leszek.lesner at web.de
Mon Mar 16 13:13:51 UTC 2015


also don't forget some pages just ask for the user agent and
automatically think if you don't have firefox, chrome, opera or ie
running that you are using an outdated browser.
Take a look at the webkit version that is actually used by Midori to see
if it is up to date with the gtkwebkit version currently available.


Am 16.03.2015 um 14:08 schrieb Ian Bruntlett:
> Hi Steven,
> On 16 March 2015 at 09:30, Steven Duckworth <literati69 at gmail.com
> <mailto:literati69 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Having decided to give Midori a try (as an alternative to
>     Firefox), I downloaded it and it seems to be working well.
>     However while on a website I often use, a warning popped up saying
>     that the technology was outdated and there were security issues,
>     and that I should use either: Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox,
>     or Opera.
>     I checked the settings in Midori but can't find how to update.
> How did you install Midori? Did you use Synaptic Package Manager
> (that's its proper name, can't remember its lubuntu name)? If you did
> that then when Software Updater runs in the background, it will
> automatically flag updates and apply them once the user tells Software
> Updater it's OK to do the update.
> OTOH, if you installed it by other means it might not be tracked by
> the Package Manager system.
> HTH,
> Ian
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