Comodo IceDragon 14.0

As the number of internet threats increases, users are faced with choosing a browser which fits both their security needs and meets their particular browsing necessities. Comodo IceDragon is built on the Mozilla browser core and combines the basic functionality of the original code with the Comodo security features. In this first release are included security features such as Comodo Secure DNS (only on wide-system) and Site Inspector. The Site inspector functionality has been extended to allow users to scan a link in Site Inspector from the context menu. Realizing the importance of social interactions through various social networks, the social media feature has been integrated in Comod IceDragon allowing users to share links on several social networks. IceDragon combines these features with a sleek interface, providing a seamless browsing experience.

What's new in this version:

  • IceDragon is based on Firefox 14.0.1
  • 'Enable Comodo Secure DNS in IceDragon only' feature
  • Integrated CertSentry
  • 'Close Tab' button enlarged
  • Changed 'Inactive' tabs background color for better visibility
  • Fixed compatibility with Firefox themes
  • Fixed issue with internal updater when UAC is on
  • Fixed some GUI issues

Known issues:

  • Importing data from Comodo Dragon is not possible yet.
  • Importing data during the installation of Comodo IceDragon may not work in some cases.
  • Minor GUI issues.

Download: Comodo IceDragon 14.0 | 26.1 MB (Freeware)
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4 Comments

blckA said,
firefox core? just checked their site and just as i thought it seems to be build on chromium

No, the one on the comodo website is Dragon. IceDragon is posted on their forums, I guess it isn't good enough to be listed on the website.

What's that? You don't want to take the time to go to Mozilla's add-on site, painstakingly search for all those "essential" security add-ons, install them, AND reboot the browser (Who has the time?)? Well, Comodo has you covered! Just download their convenient little package and you'll be bloated in no time!

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