Opera 11.61 Has Been Released - gHacks Tech News

Opera 11.61 Has Been Released

Opera Software has just released a new version of the Opera desktop browser bringing the stable channel of the browser to version 11.61. Opera users should receive update notifications in the browser, those who do not want to wait for them to pop up can run a manual update check the following way: A click on Opera > Help > Check for Updates runs a manual check for updates.

The browser should pick up the new version information from the server and display an update window right away. A click on Download and Install updates the browser to the latest version.

opera 11.61

Opera 11.61 is a stability and security upgrade, which makes it a recommended update for all Opera users. Two security issues are fixed in the new version, one that allowed manipulation of framed content to allow cross-site scripting, and another were script events "could be used to reveal the presence of local files".

The change log lists about 50 additional changes and fixes that went into the new version of the browser. This includes several crash related fixes, including the following ones:

  • Crash when clicking "Use master password to protect saved passwords" checkbox
  • Occasional crash when clicking a link or opening a new tab
  • Opera crashes when closing a tab that has the Star Menu opened
  • Opera crashes on updating mail from version 9.27
  • Crash in host resolver when closing browser after loading large number of tabs simultaneously

Interested users can access all change logs on this page. Opera 11.61 has been released for all supported operating systems. New users and those who do not want to use the internal updater can download the latest version of the browser from the official Opera download page. It is suggested to update as soon as possible to fix the security vulnerabilities in the browser.

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Comments

  1. kalmly said on January 24, 2012 at 3:05 pm
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    Hope they’ve fixed the lag. Until recently the browser popped up in 0 seconds flat. Then it got balky about loading. Bringing up a page also got slower.

  2. Pietzki said on January 24, 2012 at 3:18 pm
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    sounds great, can’t wait to check it out

  3. Dukislav said on January 24, 2012 at 6:27 pm
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    I think I’ll wait for the next version of Opera 12 – Next

  4. everts garay said on January 24, 2012 at 7:35 pm
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    I love opera, i don’t like that chrome take all the credit, chrome did not do anything , they just copy all the great stuff that opera and firefox has.

  5. crysyx said on January 25, 2012 at 3:49 pm
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    Big problem, if you set off the option to display close button on each tab, 11.60 and previous put an standar set of min,max close buttons for each tab, below the program bar, but with 11.61, this buttons disapear, but the function are still there if you are clever enough to click te right spot, what a shame, what happen opera you where cool..

  6. Anonymous said on March 7, 2012 at 12:20 pm
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    that is national good…

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