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I don't want to add a libz/libbz2 dependency to libtransmission, so there's not a good way of uncompressing the file.
Also if the system's libcurl libraries are built with compression support, then the download will be compressed on the fly anyway.
There's an RPC call for this already ("blocklist-update") so the actual code should be pretty easy...
if there's someone looking to get started on Transmission's internals, I think this would be a great place to get your feet wet before diving in the deep end.
Here are the results of my testing with the staged block from Comment 10: Mac 10.7.4: Java version 14.1.0 is disabled in about:plugins and no java content is rendered Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.7; rv:12.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/12.0 Mac 10.5.8: Java version 12.9.0 is disabled in about:plugins and no java content is rendered.
These services include Profile Management, Chrome Registration, Browsing History, Extension and Theme Management, Application Update Service, and Safe Mode.I think we need to weigh the costs and benefits of blocking vs not blocking.What percentage of our Mac users need to have Java enabled at all?I'm a little concerned that this code reinvents code already in place for "blocklist-update" in rpcimpl.c.
There's not a C API for that, so possibly (1) this patch could become the C API for that, and the blocklist-update code in rpcimpl.c could be removed and call this patch code instead, or (2) this patch could form a simple JSON request and pass it to tr_rpc_request_exec_json()... ;) Hi Charles, Yeah it's my first time into this source so it's a little bit new for me.
This means that the plugin check page will always tell users they have a vulnerable version. Some users might remain permanently blocked because the plugin metadata isn't reloaded even after the new version is installed and Firefox is restarted.