Imprudence 1.3.2 is now available. This is a maintenance release to addresses several issues in the 1.3-series Imprudence viewer, including an exploit that could allow griefers to crash the viewer with a specially-constructed ogg-vorbis file. If you are using Imprudence 1.3, you should definitely update to 1.3.2! If you are using Imprudence Experimental 1.4, you should consider using 1.3.2 until we release Imprudence 1.4 beta 1 (expected later this week or next week).
Changes in this verison
- Updated the ogg-vorbis libraries to address an exploit that allowed attackers to crash the viewer. libogg is now version 1.2.2; libvorbis is now version 1.3.2.
- Fixed VWR-25479: Avatar physics causing broken shapes on other viewers. Thanks for the patch, Seraph Linden!
- Fixed the Vivox Acceptable Use Policy window appearing under the wrong conditions.
- Fixed voice chat always being disabled at startup, even if you had enabled it in your Preferences in the previous session.
- Fixed a startup error related to “libz.so” on certain Linux distros. (IMP-790)
- Fixed the viewer encountering an error: “Vertex buffer destroyed while mapped!”
- Tweaked the compile system so the viewer can link using “gold”.