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Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Opera Stable 45.0.2552.635

Posted By: Macrolinux - 5/10/2017 01:17:00 pm

Requirements: BeeFree OS, md5 : 6513b6736964c2bfb79f99b41df26c17, size : 55.2 MB


Opera is a web browser for Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems. It is developed by Opera Software. On 4 November 2016 Opera's consumer business, including the browser, was acquired by a Chinese group of investors under the name Golden Brick Capital Private Equity Fund I Limited Partnership.[6]
It is also available as Opera Mobile, Opera Mini and Opera Coast – on devices running Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Symbian, Maemo, Bada, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile operating systems, and as Opera Mini on Java ME-capable devices.[7][8]
It uses the Blink layout engine. An earlier version using the Presto layout engine is still available, and runs on FreeBSD systems.
According to Opera Software, the browser had more than 350 million users worldwide in the 4th quarter of 2014.[9] Total Opera mobile users reached 291 million in June 2015.[10] According to SlashGeek, Opera has originated features later adopted by other web browsers, including Speed Dial, pop-up blocking, browser sessions, private browsing, and tabbed browsing.[11][12][13] 

Privacy and security


One security feature is the option to delete private data, such as HTTP cookies, browsing history, items in cache and passwords with the click of a button.[46] This lets users erase personal data after browsing from a shared computer.
When visiting a site, Opera displays a security badge in the address bar which shows details about the website, including security certificates.[46] Opera also implements a proprietary protocol from Google called "Safe Browsing" to check the website that is being visited against blacklists for phishing and malware, and displays a warning page if it matches any of these lists.[46]
In January 2007, Asa Dotzler of the competing Mozilla Corporation accused Opera Software of downplaying information about security vulnerabilities in Opera, (that were fixed in December 2006). Dotzler claimed that users were not clearly informed of security vulnerabilities that were present in the previous version of Opera, and thus they would not realize that they needed to upgrade to the latest version or else risk being exploited by hackers.[47] Opera Software responded to these accusations the next day.[48]
In 2016 free VPN support was implemented in the browser.[49] Opera said that this would allow encrypted access to Web sites otherwise blocked, and provide security on public WiFi networks.[50] Either VPN or Turbo mode can be supported, but not both.[51]

 

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