We are glad to announce the release of the new JxBrowser 6.23!
Time-saving: allowing you to print on any device with a single driver, and reducing pre-launch setup on Linux.
Better-performing: displaying the web pages precisely as conceived by the maker, and working reliably in medical diagnostics environments.
More secure: allowing you to forbid automatic data sharing with Google servers, and launch JxBrowser under Java Security Manager with required access levels.
Here is the detailed inventory of the new opportunities:
In this JxBrowser release we decided to go for Chromium version 69.0.3497.12, since this build provides a range of much needed benefits:
Disabling Chromium Traffic
Starting with this version you can disable Google traffic and prevent the Chromium engine from sending any data to a range of external Google web servers.
By default, Chromium may access the following Google domains to communicate with Google static or API servers:
This behavior might not be acceptable for a software used in the companies with high security standards.
To disable Google traffic to these servers, please set the --disable-google-traffic Chromium switcher before creating the first Browser instance in your application. For example:
BrowserPreferences.setChromiumSwitches("--disable-google-traffic"); Browser browser = new Browser();
Release date: Feb 21, 2019
Is there any option to disable Google traffic to below servers individually instead of using single switcher ("--disable-google-traffic") .
Ganesh Ingnam L B
It is only possible to disable the traffic to all resources at once using the switcher. Is there any specific reason for the disabling of Google traffic to only particular servers?
> Is JxBrowser 6.23 jars available on Maven repository.
Sure. Please take a look at http://maven.teamdev.com/#artifact/com.teamdev.jxbrowser/jxbrowser-cross-platform/6.23