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История версий uMatrix

26 версий

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Версия 1.3.14 1.7 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Версия 1.3.12 1.7 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Версия 1.3.10 1.7 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Версия 1.3.8 1.7 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Версия 1.3.6 1.7 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Complete release notes for 1.3.6 available here.

Changes:

CodeMirror's MergeView has been integrated into the "My rules" pane, this should make it easier to manage your ruleset.

Improved the visuals and behavior of Recipes icon (the puzzle icon) in popup panel.

Closed as fixed:


Commit history between 1.3.4 and 1.3.6

Версия 1.3.4 1.5 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Complete release notes for 1.3.4 available here.

New

[Status: experimental] A new button ("puzzle" piece icon) is available in the popup panel: uMatrix will offer you the ability to import community-contributed ruleset recipes which are relevant to the current page (see #30). Hopefully there will be many contributions to populate ruleset recipes ready to be used to unbreak sites.

A tooltip has been added to the global scope selector (*) in the popup panel.

A new setting has been added in the Settings pane: "Disable tooltips".

Changes

The setting "Show the number of distinct requests on the icon" has been changed to "Show the number of blocked resources on the icon": the number of blocked resources is much more useful than the number of distinct resources. This will make it clear now that uMatrix is still blocking stuff even after you think you had configured it to no longer block stuff (example: #938).

The icon badge is back to being enabled by default with new installations of uMatrix.

Closed as fixed:


Commit history between 1.3.2 and 1.3.4

Версия 1.3.2 1.5 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Complete release notes for 1.3.2 available here.

Closed as fixed:


Commit history between 1.3.0 and 1.3.2

Версия 1.3.0 1.5 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Complete release notes for 1.3.0 available here.

Fixed:


Commit history between 1.2.0 and 1.3.0

Версия 1.2.0 1.4 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Complete release notes for 1.2.0 available here.

Changes

Appearance

More choices of text size for the matrix UI in the Settings pane (text size dictates the popup panel size).

Per-scope switches

New switch: "Forbid web workers"

Purpose should be obvious.

Note that nuisance coin miners typically use web workers, so forbidding web workers globally might be a good idea, though mind that there are legitimate use for web workers. Keep in mind many of these miners are launched as 1st-party, so the new switch allows you to forbid them even when you allow 1st-party scripts.

uMatrix is able to detect when a web worker is being instantiated. However, this does not work for Firefox 57-58, but works fine in Firefox 59 (Nightly). The reason is that SecurityViolationPolicyEvent has been implemented just recently in Nightly.

So this means if you are using uMatrix with Firefox 57-58, uMatrix will be unable to report to you whether web workers are used by a page, though you will be able to block these fine with the new per-scope switch. With Nightly, use (or attempt to use) web workers is properly reported in the logger and in the popup panel.

Per-scope switches redesigned and renamed

"Strict HTTPS" has been renamed "Forbid mixed content": I see too many instances of people thinking this feature is a replacement for HTTPS Everywhere: it is not.

The new visual will now convey whether a switch is relevant for the current document. A dot in the toggle button means that the switch is relevant, i.e. uMatrix may affect the page if the switch is toggled on.

  • Forbid mixed content: a dot means that mixed content has been detected on the page.
  • Forbid web workers: a dot means that web workers have been detected on the page (as mentioned above, the detection does not work for Firefox 57-58).
  • Spoof referer header: a dot means that 3rd-party referrer information has been seen in network traffic.
  • Spoof <noscript> tags: a dot means <noscript> tags have been detected in the current page.

I added info links to each per-scope switch: the links are pages from Mozilla Developer Network, so this gives a chance for the page to load in the user locale.

Logger

Ability to open the logger in the sidebar.

Note that since the logger is unified, should you open additional logger views, these will be left unused, until the first view is closed. By design.

Closed as fixed:


Commit history between 1.1.20 and 1.2.0

Версия 1.1.20 1.4 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Summary of Release notes for 1.1.20

Changes: Settings

A new option in the Settings pane, as requested in #335:

[x] Collapse placeholder of blacklisted elements

Checked by default.

The purpose of this new setting should be obvious: it makes it possible to collapse discriminately elements according to whether they were blocked as a result of a hostname being blacklisted or as a result for a more generic block rule.

For example, 3rd-party iframes are blocked by default. But you may not want embedded Youtube videos to be collapsed, while on the other hand you may want embedded ads from some blacklisted origins to be visually collapsed. The new settings allows to distinguish between blocked and blacklisted.

Changes: Logger

The logger will now inform when uMatrix removes/modifies HTTP headers:

  • An uppercase COOKIE entry means that an outgoing Cookie header was removed;
  • An uppercase REFERER entry means that an outgoing Referer header was modified;

These are reported only for network request of type doc, so as to not spam logger output since referrer spoofing and cookie header removal can occur for every single network request.

Accepted pull requests:


Closed as fixed:


Commit history between 1.1.18 and 1.1.20

Версия 1.1.18 1.4 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Summary of Release notes for 1.1.18

Closed as fixed:


Commit history between 1.1.16 and 1.1.18

Версия 1.1.16 1.4 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Summary of Release notes for 1.1.16

Fixed: uMatrix dropdown renders as empty and inactive

Summary of Release notes for 1.1.14

Changes

The Privacy pane has been merged into the Settings pane in the dashboard.

Privacy-wise flawed user agent switcher removed

User agent spoofing as been removed. This was planned since a long while. The bottom line is that user agent spoofing for privacy purpose is best left to a dedicated extension, and really your best choice privacy-wise is probably to rely on Firefox's recent fingerprinting-resistance feature.

<noscript> tags

A new global setting has been added in the dashboard: "Spoof <noscript> tags when 1st-party scripts are blocked". Disabled by default so as to not change uMatrix's current behavior.

Since spoofing <noscript> is not necessarily always desirable, the global setting can be overridden on a per-scope basis with the "<noscript> tag spoofing" switch.

This feature is most useful to users who block 1st-party scripts by default.

Note that this might be the long term approach used for enabling <noscript> tags: the approach planned by Firefox is not really suitable to uMatrix, as this would require to completely disable javascript for a site (causing the matrix ruleset to be disregarded), while with the current approach, one can still enable 3rd-party scripts and yet have the <noscript> tags spoofed.

I have observed that the feature behave slightly differently on Firefox than on Chromium: Firefox will not react to <meta http-equiv="refresh"> tags, while Chromium does. I do believe this can be fixed, and I will experiment more with this.

Blocked root document

Ability to parse the URL of blocked document has been imported from uBO:

Document blocked example

Unlike uBO however, the parsed URL information is expanded by default since uMatrix is meant for advanced users (you can collapse it by clicking on the magnifier).

Logger

Ability to open the logger in its own (popup) window, just as with uBO. If you want the logger to be in its own separate window, press Shift while clicking the logger icon will cause the logger to always be launched as a separate window. You do not need to press the Shift next time, it's only used to toggle between both attached/detached states.

Closed as fixed:


Commit history between 1.1.12 and 1.1.14

Версия 1.1.14 1.4 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Summary of Release notes for 1.1.14

Changes

The Privacy pane has been merged into the Settings pane in the dashboard.

Privacy-wise flawed user agent switcher removed

User agent spoofing as been removed. This was planned since a long while. The bottom line is that user agent spoofing for privacy purpose is best left to a dedicated extension, and really your best choice privacy-wise is probably to rely on Firefox's recent fingerprinting-resistance feature.

<noscript> tags

A new global setting has been added in the dashboard: "Spoof <noscript> tags when 1st-party scripts are blocked". Disabled by default so as to not change uMatrix's current behavior.

Since spoofing <noscript> is not necessarily always desirable, the global setting can be overridden on a per-scope basis with the "<noscript> tag spoofing" switch.

This feature is most useful to users who block 1st-party scripts by default.

Note that this might be the long term approach used for enabling <noscript> tags: the approach planned by Firefox is not really suitable to uMatrix, as this would require to completely disable javascript for a site (causing the matrix ruleset to be disregarded), while with the current approach, one can still enable 3rd-party scripts and yet have the <noscript> tags spoofed.

I have observed that the feature behave slightly differently on Firefox than on Chromium: Firefox will not react to <meta http-equiv="refresh"> tags, while Chromium does. I do believe this can be fixed, and I will experiment more with this.

Blocked root document

Ability to parse the URL of blocked document has been imported from uBO:

Document blocked example

Unlike uBO however, the parsed URL information is expanded by default since uMatrix is meant for advanced users (you can collapse it by clicking on the magnifier).

Logger

Ability to open the logger in its own (popup) window, just as with uBO. If you want the logger to be in its own separate window, press Shift while clicking the logger icon will cause the logger to always be launched as a separate window. You do not need to press the Shift next time, it's only used to toggle between both attached/detached states.

Closed as fixed:


Commit history between 1.1.12 and 1.1.14

Версия 1.1.10 1.7 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Summary of Release notes for 1.1.10

Fixed a minor CSS regression causing the persist/erase buttons to not be properly updated while in the global scope (reported here).

Summary of Release notes for 1.1.8

Changes

You can now set the default scope level in the Settings pane in the dashboard (as requested in #821). The popup panel will always use the selected default scope the first time it is opened (whereas before the last selected scope was used).

The scope selector in the popup panel has been revisited as per suggested solution in #821. It works very well compared to the previous way of selecting a scope (dropdown list). Other virtuous side effects:
  • it puts the ability to work in global scope in full view -- this will probably help dispel the often heard erroneous conclusion that it is not possible to create global rules.
  • it also enables the ability to set the scope to anything in between full hostname and top-level domain (as per Public Suffix List).

Firefox for Android

Tentative support for Firefox for Android. See #828. I was not planning to maintain a version for Android, but contrary to what I thought, it turns out this might be just a trivial task (thanks to webext).

Closed as fixed:


Commit history between 1.1.6 and 1.1.10

Версия 1.1.8 1.7 MiB Работает с Firefox для Android 56.0a1 и выше, Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Summary of Release notes for 1.1.8

Changes

You can now set the default scope level in the Settings pane in the dashboard (as requested in #821). The popup panel will always use the selected default scope the first time it is opened (whereas before the last selected scope was used).

The scope selector in the popup panel has been revisited as per suggested solution in #821. It works very well compared to the previous way of selecting a scope (dropdown list). Other virtuous side effects:

  • it puts the ability to work in global scope in full view -- this will probably help dispel the often heard erroneous conclusion that it is not possible to create global rules.
  • it also enables the ability to set the scope to anything in between full hostname and top-level domain (as per Public Suffix List).

Firefox for Android

Tentative support for Firefox for Android. See #828. I was not planning to maintain a version for Android, but contrary to what I thought, it turns out this might be just a trivial task (thanks to webext).

Closed as fixed:


Commit history between 1.1.6 and 1.1.8

Версия 1.1.6 1.7 MiB Работает с Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Summary of Release notes for 1.1.6

Changes

Important: A new default rule has been added following investigation of that issue. The rule will exist for new installations of uMatrix, but will not be imported for existing installations of uMatrix. In such case, I strongly suggest you add it manually in your My rules pane (don't forget to commit):

matrix-off: wyciwyg-scheme true

Closed as fixed:


Commit history between 1.1.4 and 1.1.6

Версия 1.1.4 1.7 MiB Работает с Firefox 56.0a1 и выше

Summary of Release notes for 1.1.4

Much translation work has been imported from https://crowdin.com/project/umatrix.

Closed as fixed:


Commit history between 1.1.0 and 1.1.4

Версия 1.0.0 1.6 MiB Работает с Firefox 24.0 - 56.*

Версия 0.9.3.1 1.6 MiB Работает с Firefox 24.0 - 43.*

Summary of changes

Change

Removal of the ability to spoof Origin header for the time being (which was a new behavior added to 0.9.3.0), as per issue #358.


Commit history between 0.9.3.0 and 0.9.3.1

Версия 0.9.3.0 1.6 MiB Работает с Firefox 24.0 - 42.0

Summary of changes

New

Cloud storage support code was imported from uBlock Origin: it works just the same way, so uBlock Origin's documentation regarding cloud storage support is relevant to uMatrix. Currently, only the My rules pane is hooked up to cloud storage.

Closed as fixed


Commit history between 0.9.2.1 and 0.9.3.0

Версия 0.9.2.1 1.6 MiB Работает с Firefox 24.0 - 42.*

Summary of changes:

Fixes:

- Popup UI bug with latest release (regression bug).

Commit history between 0.9.2.0 and 0.9.2.1