security123

Level 27
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What’s New:

Thunderbird now displays a popup window when starting up on a new profile


Changes:

Thunderbird now provides partial updates resulting in smaller downloads


Fixes:

Searching in message bodies led to false negatives under some circumstances in quoted-printable encoded HTML bodies
"Get New Messages for All Accounts" not working for OAuth2-authenticated IMAP accounts
Various security fixes

 

oldschool

Level 57
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@ErzCrz You could just use parts of Office 2013 that you want to continue using, uninstall the ones you don't and find another mail provider. There are plenty of ways to protect outdated MS Office apps otherwise, including but not limited to blocking outbound connections.
 

security123

Level 27
Verified
@ErzCrz You could just use parts of Office 2013 that you want to continue using, uninstall the ones you don't and find another mail provider. There are plenty of ways to protect outdated MS Office apps otherwise, including but not limited to blocking outbound connections.
Well using outdated software never make sense and same for blocking internet for email program ;)

Also changing mail provider doesn't change the outdated software and the vulnerabilities.
Also office is highly targeted from attacker side
 
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