Release Notes: Support for client-side caching was added. Mime-type-determined parsing was enhanced to skip binary files. Limited support for Web Sockets mode was added. A new "Stream Mode" was added to fix problems when downloading files which exceed PHP's MEMORY_LIMIT. This release fixes some problems with the cookie manager.
Release Notes: This version adds a cookie manager accessible through about:cookies. It also improves support for cookies and expiry times. Some old code has been removed, and the page encryption setting has been moved into the conf file. This version introduces 3 'REFERER' modes: pseudo, disable, and auto.
Release Notes: The URL parser was rewritten, solving parsing of valid URL shortenings. The parser was modified to prevent returning blank pages if the requested page has over 100k characters in embedded JS or CSS. An error of incorrectly determining form type (POST or GET) was fixed.
Release Notes: A problem with jumping out of SSL on HTTPS hosted platforms was fixed. Incorrect parsing of some GET forms was fixed. A vulnerability regarding HTML injections in the URL field on incorrect requests was fixed. The (non-RFC) "refresh:" HTTP header is now respected. New encryption salt is used.
Release Notes: A serious parser bug with incorrect REGEX turning a majority of POST forms into GET forms was fixed. All users on v4.24 and above should update their servers.
Release Notes: A problem in which the URL parser caused major errors in the last version was fixed. The parser was updated to omit tags that begin with "<!" (namely "<!--" and "<![CDATA["). @import tags are now parsed in CSS blocks with "" or '' wrapping URLs.
Release Notes: Several bugfixes were made for tracker artifacts. The parser was upgraded to parse only inside HTML tags.
Release Notes: A problem of PHP showing warnings in strict mode was fixed. Users are now allowed to set up a salt in URL encryption via "conf.php". Sending text based files (mime="text/*") under gzip compression is now supported. The page's encoding can be automatically detected. The interface was trimmed down.