Release Notes: Many minor bugs, including several crashes, were fixed. Two security issues were resolved.
Release Notes: Opera Link now also supports password (Wand) synchronization. Speed Dial was improved and expanded with support for extensions. Web specifications support was improved, featuring DOM event handling improvements, up to 20% faster rendering of CSS and SVG, support for the HTML5 tag <time>, Session History and Navigation, and many more enhancements. Ctrl+Click is now supported for loading in a background tab. Extensions can now share cookies with the browser. Gmail IMAP support was improved. Much of the skin was reworked. Many improvements and bug fixes were made, including security fixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes several minor security flaws, such as an issue where History Search could be used to reveal browsing history, cross-site scripting through Fast Forward, and news feed preview revealing the contents of unrelated news feeds. An issue with Opera Link which could generate duplicate bookmarks during the synchronization process was fixed. The image toggle button on the status bar is now a normal button, and does not have a menu.
Release Notes: Several security issues were resolved, such as cross domain scripting issues with plugins and rich text editing, a code execution vulnerability through TLS certificates, and bitmap memory access. A problem where malformed BMP files could cause Opera to temporarily freeze was fixed.
Release Notes: An issue when removing specially prepared torrent transfers was fixed. A data leak issue when using canvas.createPattern was fixed. An issue where data URIs could be used to display the wrong address in the address bar was prevented. The display of long domain names in auth dialogs was improved. The Trustcenter class 3 G2 root certificate was added. A problem with certificate import was fixed. Toolbars can now use bold fonts again. Tabs can be dragged between windows using the Windows panel again. Several stability and performance fixes were made. Shared memory is now disabled by default.
Release Notes: This is a security release; updating is recommended for all platforms. The status bar issue described in Secunia Advisory 17571 has been fixed. Stricter handling of the Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) has been implemented. Expired certificates from TrustCenter have been replaced. A drop-down list problem affecting Bloglines subscription sorting has been fixed.
Release Notes: A fix was added for a Unix command execution vulnerability, as reported in Secunia Advisory 16907. Updating is recommended. Furthermore, several stability issues were addressed, IRC connection problems were solved, and an Answers.com search option was added.
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.