Seamonkey 1.1.5

SeaMonkey is a free, open source, and cross-platform Internet suite. The SeaMonkey project is a community effort to deliver production-quality releases of code derived from the application formerly known as "Mozilla Application Suite". Whereas the main focus of the Mozilla Foundation is on Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla Thunderbird, our group of dedicated volunteers works to ensure that you can have "everything but the kitchen sink" — and have it stable enough for corporate use.

Changelog:

  • MFSA 2007-36 URIs with invalid %-encoding mishandled by Windows
  • MFSA 2007-35 XPCNativeWrapper pollution using Script object
  • MFSA 2007-34 Possible file stealing through sftp protocol
  • MFSA 2007-33 XUL pages can hide the window titlebar
  • MFSA 2007-32 File input focus stealing vulnerability
  • MFSA 2007-31 Browser digest authentication request splitting
  • MFSA 2007-30 onUnload Tailgating
  • MFSA 2007-29 Crashes with evidence of memory corruption (rv:1.8.1.''
  • MFSA 2007-28 Code execution via QuickTime Media-link files
Download Seamonkey 1.1.5 for: Windows | Linux | Mac OS X
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SeaMonkey is the ancestor of Mozilla Firefox. It was becoming slow and bloated, so they separated its components into separate products.

Browser --> Firefox
Mail --> Thunderbird
Composer --> NVU / KompoZer

The SeaMonkey 2.0 alpha builds ( http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/sea...y/latest-trunk/ ) are actually quite nice, and they use less memory than Firefox 2.0 due to the Gecko 1.9 code changes.


*EDIT*
oops that was meant as a reply to magik

Ah, I see. I was not aware of that, thanks. :)

use less memory than Firefox 2.0 due to the Gecko 1.9 code changes.

Now that interests me. I have always hated how much RAM FireFox uses. I will probably check this out if FireFox 3 does not improve on this (which I believe it's supposed to anyway, right?).

I guess you missed the memo when they changed the name from Mozilla Suite to Seamonkey or something like that.....