Am 12.02.2015 um 18:53 schrieb Simo Sorce:
> Maybe it is only about preventing people from bundling the
> Firefox version with dodgy add-ons. Not downright malware, but things
> users may not actually want without realizing it. The signature
> checking means that those who prepare the downloads can no longer use
> the unmodified upstream binary. Which in turn might force them not to
> use Mozilla brands.
> Maybe this is a bit far-fetched, but after hours of staring at other
> people's code today, it seems pretty reasonable to me.
> But what do add-on developers do? Surely there is a way to disable this
Mozilla stated they will have to use the Developer Version (Aurora was
the name ?) or the nightlies ...
than Fedora needs to switch to the developer version if that *really*
can't be disabled via about:config - that is a unacceptable restriction
until hmtlvalidator, livehttpheaders and friends are available sigend
via the mozilla page