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VLC for Mac 2.1.3 Fixes Broken Behavior

5 February 2014 2,010 views No Comment

And, clears up adult acne! Well, no, but VLC for Mac 2.1.3 does fix bugs, lots of bugs. Plus, Flash 12 and Firefox 27 are now available…

And, clears up adult acne! Well, no, but VLC for Mac 2.1.3 does fix bugs, lots of bugs. Plus, Flash 12 and Firefox 27 are now available, too, with fixes, features and security patches.

• VLC for Mac 2.1.3 (download)
— Fix broken behaviour with SOCKSv5 proxies
— Fix integer overflow on error when using vlc_readdir Access:
— Fix DVB-T2 tuning on Linux
— Fix encrypted DVD playback
— Fix v4l2 frequency conversion Decoders
— See the full release notes

Flash for Mac Security Update

According to Macrumors, OS X 10.6 and later require Flash Player 12.0.0.44, which has just been released — Adobe cites an in-the-wild exploit as the reason for pushing this security only update.

• Flash for Mac 12.0.0.44 (download)
— Security patches

Firefox 27

The latest whole number update of Mozilla’s browser offers essentially one user-facing feature (right on top) and a whole bunch o’ developer focussed stuff, which is par for the course for the last couple years.

• Firefox 27 (download)
— You can now run more than one service at a time with Firefox SocialAPI, allowing you to receive notifications, chat and more from multiple integrated services
— Enabled TLS 1.1 (RFC 4346) and TLS 1.2 (RFC 5246) by default
— Added support for SPDY 3.1 protocol Ability to reset style sheets using ‘all:unset’
— You can now choose to deobfuscate javascript in the debugger (see 762761)
— Security fixes, see the full release notes (link above)

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