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Mozilla Firefox 60.0.2

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Version 60.0.2, first offered to Release channel users on June 6, 2018
Fix missing nodes in the developer tools Inspector panel (bug 1460223)

Various security fixes

Fix font rendering when using third-party font managers on OS X 10.11 and earlier (bug 1460917)

Updated to NSS 3.36.4 from 3.36.1:

Connecting to a server that was recently upgraded to TLS 1.3 would result in a SSL_RX_MALFORMED_SERVER_HELLO error (bug 1462303)
Fix crash on macOS related to authentication tokens, e.g. PK11 or WebAuthn (bug 1461731)
See release notes for NSS 3.36.2 and 3.36.4

Mozilla Firefox 60.0.1

Исправлены ошибки

Version 60.0.1, first offered to Release channel users on May 16, 2018
Avoid overly long cycle collector pauses with some add-ons installed (Bug 1449033)

After unckecking the "Sponsored Stories" option, the New Tab page now immediately stops displaying "Sponsored content" cards (Bug 1458906)

On touchscreen devices, fixed momentum scrolling on non-zoomable pages (Bug 1457743)

Fixed black map on Google Maps with updated Nvidia Web Drivers on macOS (Bug 1458553)

Use the right default background when opening tabs or windows in high contrast mode (Bug 1458956)

The Firefox uninstaller on Windows is now translated again (Bug 1436662)

Restored translations of the Preferences panels when using a language pack (Bug 1461590)

WebVR has been disabled by default on macOS (Bug 1459362)

Mozilla Firefox 60.0

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Firefox Release
May 9, 2018

Version 60.0, first offered to Release channel users on May 9, 2018
Firefox 60 offers something for everyone and a little something extra for everyone who deploys Firefox in an enterprise environment. This release includes changes that give you more content and more ways to customize your New Tab/Firefox Home. It also introduces support for the Web Authentication API, which means you can log in to websites in Firefox with USB tokens like YubiKey. 
Firefox 60 also brings a new policy engine and Group Policy support for enterprise deployments. For more info about why and how to use Firefox in the enterprise, see this blog post.

Thank you to all of the new Mozillians who contributed to this release of Firefox!

Added a policy engine that allows customized Firefox deployments in enterprise environments, using Windows Group Policy or a cross-platform JSON file

Enhancements to New Tab / Firefox Home

Responsive layout that shows more content for users with wide-screen displays
Highlights section includes web sites saved to Pocket
More options to reorder sections and content on the page
Pocket Sponsored Stories will appear for a percentage of users in the US. Read about our privacy-conscious approach to sponsored content
Redesigned Cookies and Site Storage section in Preferences for greater clarity and control of first- and third-party cookies

Applied Quantum CSS to render browser UI

Added support for Web Authentication API, which allows USB tokens for website authentication

Enhanced camera privacy indicators: Firefox now turns off your camera and the camera's light when you disable video recording, and turns the camera and light on when you resume recording

Added an option for Linux users to show or hide page titles in a bar at the top of the browser. You’ll find the Title Bar option in the Customize panel available from the main browser menu.

Improved WebRTC audio performance and playback for Linux users

On-by-default support for draft-23 of the TLS 1.3 specification

Locale added: Occitan (oc)

Various security fixes

Changed the Windows shortcut for entering Reader View to F9, for better compatibility with keyboard layouts that use AltGr

Bookmarks no longer support multiple keywords for the same URL unless the request has different POST data

TLS certificates issued by Symantec before June 1st, 2016 are no longer trusted by Firefox

Updated the Skia graphics library to milestone 66

Changes affecting developers

Developer Information
After disabling Sponsored Stories from the New Tab page settings, the next opened tab may still show a sponsored tile (bug 1458906)

WebVR does not work on macOS with Vive headsets (bug 1454204)

Mozilla Firefox 59.0.3

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Version 59.0.3, first offered to Release channel users on April 30, 2018



  • Fix for compatibility with Windows 10 April 2018 update (Bug 1452619)

Mozilla Firefox 59.0.2

Исправлены ошибки

Firefox Release
March 26, 2018

Version 59.0.2, first offered to Release channel users on March 26, 2018
Invalid page rendering with hardware acceleration enabled (Bug 1435472)

Windows 7 users with touch screens or certain 3rd party desktop applications which interact with Firefox through accessibility services may experience random browser crashes. Known 3rd party applications with issues: StickyPassword, Windows 7 touch screen. (Bug 1424505)

Browser keyboard shortcuts (eg copy Ctrl+C) don't work on sites that use those keys with resistFingerprinting enabled (Bug 1433592)

High CPU / memory churn caused by third-party software on some computers (Bug 1446280)

Users who have configured an "automatic proxy configuration URL" and want to reload their proxy settings from the URL will find the Reload button disabled in the Connection Settings dialog when they select Preferences/Options > Network Proxy > Settings... (Bug 1445991)

URL fragment identifiers break Service Worker responses (Bug 1443850)

Users trying to cancel a print around the time it completes will continue to get intermittent crashes (Bug 1441598)

Broken getUserMedia (audio) on DragonFly, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD. Video chat apps either wouldn't work or be always muted (Bug 1444074)

Various security fixes

Mozilla Firefox 59.0

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Version 59.0, first offered to Release channel users on March 13, 2018


If you’re a regular reader of Firefox release notes (and thank you if you are!) you’re probably aware of just how much we’ve invested in the performance of Firefox Quantum. We launched an entirely new engine in November, made significant improvements to graphics rendering in January, and are continuing to post performance gains and add features with this release. On Firefox for desktop, we’ve improved page load times, added tools to annotate and crop your Firefox Screenshots, and made it easier to arrange your Top Sites on the Firefox Home page. On Firefox for Android, we’ve added support for sites that stream video using the HLS protocol.

As always, this is made possible by Mozillians around the world, including the new Mozillianswho contributed to this release of Firefox.



  • Performance enhancements:
    - Faster load times for content on the Firefox Home page
    - Faster page load times by loading either from the networked cache or the cache on the user’s hard drive (Race Cache With Network)
    - Improved graphics rendering using Off-Main-Thread Painting (OMTP) for Mac users (OMTP for Windows was released in Firefox 58)

  • Drag-and-drop to rearrange Top Sites on the Firefox Home page, and customize new windows and tabs in other ways

  • Added features for Firefox Screenshots:
    - Basic annotation lets the user draw on and highlight saved screenshots
    - Recropping to change the viewable area of saved screenshots

  • Enhanced WebExtensions API including better support for decentralized protocols and the ability to dynamically register content scripts

  • Improved Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities.
    - Implemented RTP Transceiver to give pages more fine grained control over calls
    - Implemented features to support large scale conferences

  • Added support for W3C specs for pointer events and improved platform integration with added device support for mouse, pen, and touch screen pointer input

  • Added the Ecosia search engine as an option for German Firefox

  • Added the Qwant search engine as an option for French Firefox

  • Added settings in about:preferences to stop websites from asking to send notifications or access your device’s camera, microphone, and location, while still allowing trusted websites to use these features


  • Various security fixes


  • Firefox Private Browsing Mode will remove path information from referrers to prevent cross-site tracking


  • Windows 7 users using accessibility services (like the Windows On-Screen Keyboard) may observe browser crashes after the update to Firefox 59. As a workaround, affected users can prevent external apps from triggering accessibility services in Firefox.

  • No sound in Firefox 58 and 59 on Linux in some configurations. See our support pagefor details and workarounds.

Mozilla Firefox 58.0.2

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Version 58.0.2, first offered to Release channel users on February 7, 2018



  • Avoid a signature validation issue during update on macOS

  • Blocklisted graphics drivers related to off main thread painting crashes

  • Tab crash during printing

  • Fix clicking links and scrolling emails on Microsoft Hotmail and Outlook (OWA) webmail

Mozilla Firefox 58.0.1

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Firefox Release

January 29, 2018

Version 58.0.1, first offered to Release channel users on January 29, 2018



  • Security fix

  • When using certain non-default security policies on Windows (for example with Windows Defender Exploit Protection or Webroot security products), Firefox 58.0 would fail to load pages (bug 1433065).


  • Reference link to 58.0 release notes


  • Users running Firefox for Windows over a Remote Desktop Connection (RDP) may find that audio playback is disabled due to increased security restrictions. Learn how to mitigate this issue until it is corrected in an upcoming release.

  • Users running certain screen readers may experience performance issues and are advised to use Firefox ESR until performance issues are resolved in an upcoming future release

Mozilla Firefox 58.0

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Version 58.0, first offered to Release channel users on January 23, 2018


With this release, we’re building on the great foundation provided by our all-new Firefox Quantum browser. We're optimizing the performance gains we released in 57 by improving the way we render graphics and cache JavaScript. We also made functional and privacy improvements to Firefox Screenshots. On Firefox for Android, we’ve added support for Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) so you can add websites to your home screen and use them like native apps.

Thank you to all of the new Mozillians who contributed to this release of Firefox!



  • Performance improvements, including:

    • Rendering graphics for Windows users by using Off-Main-Thread Painting (OMTP)
    • Loading pages faster by changing how Firefox caches and retrieves JavaScript
  • Improvements to Firefox Screenshots:

    • Copy and paste screenshots directly to your clipboard
    • Firefox Screenshots now works in Private Browsing mode
  • Added Nepali (ne-NP) locale

  • In case you missed it—57 Release privacy and performance feature:
    Users can enable Tracking Protection at all times. Learn how to turn Tracking Protection on.


  • Fonts installed in non-standard directories will no longer appear blank for Linux users

  • Various security fixes


  • User profiles created in Firefox 58 (and in future releases) are not supported in previous versions of Firefox. Users who downgrade to a previous version should create a new profile for that version. Learn about alternatives to downgrading on our support site.

  • Added a warning to alert users and site owners of planned security changes to sites affected by the gradual distrust plan for the Symantec certificate authority


  • Implemented the PerformanceNavigationTiming API

  • Added PerformanceResourceTiming.workerStart so sites can measure service worker startup time

Mozilla Firefox 57.0.4

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Version 57.0.4, first offered to Release channel users on January 4, 2018


Brace yourself for an all-new Firefox. It’s fast. Really fast. It’s over twice as fast as Firefox from 6 months ago, built on a completely overhauled core engine with brand new technology from our advanced research group, and graced with a clean, modern interface. Today is the first of several releases we’re calling Firefox Quantum, all designed to get to the things you love and the stuff you need faster than ever before. Experience the difference on desktops running Windows, macOS, and Linux; on Android, speed improvements are landing as well, and both Android and iOS have a new look and feel. To learn more about Firefox Quantum, visit the Mozilla Blog.

Making Firefox look, feel and perform faster was no small feat. Employees and volunteers from around the world worked in record time to create the best Firefox yet. We'd like to extend a special thank you to all of the new Mozillians who contributed to this release of Firefox!


  • Security fixes to address the Meltdown and Spectre timing attacks