Midori Private Browser
ericbradshaw at computers4christians.org
Tue Mar 17 03:57:44 UTC 2015
From: Steven Duckworth <literati69 at gmail.com>
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technology was outdated and there were security issues, and that I should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.
Has anyone else had this problem?
I don't actually use Midori, so I don't have the problem. But this page
[http://midori-browser.org/download/ubuntu/] lists the PPA method of
being kept up-to-date with the latest and greatest; sudo
apt-add-repository ppa:midori/ppa && sudo apt-get update -qq && sudo
apt-get install midori
I think though, it probably has more to do with not being one of the
"big boys" as this XFCE page suggests under Common Problems;
https://wiki.xfce.org/midori/faq Please visit that FAQ as goes over how
to change Midori's user-agent string; Preferences > Network > Identify As
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