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'contrib/web' section


web browser - widevine content decryption support

Web browser that aims to build a safer, faster, and more stable internet browsing experience. . This package provides support for the widevine content decryption module.


Adobe Flash Player - browser plugin

This package will download the Flash Player from Adobe. It is a Netscape/Mozilla type plugin. Any browser based on Netscape or Mozilla can use the Flash Player. See https://wiki.debian.org/FlashPlayer for a list of browsers currently supported in Debian. . WARNING: Installing this Debian package causes the Adobe Flash Player to be downloaded from www.adobe.com. The End User License Agreement of the Adobe Flash Player is available at www.adobe.com.


PPAPI-host NPAPI-plugin adapter for Native Client from Chrome

The main goal of the project is to get PPAPI (Chrome) plugins working in Firefox (and any other web-browser supporting NPAPI plugins). It implements a wrapper which behaves like browser to PPAPI plugin and implements NPAPI plugin interface for browser to use. . This particular implementation doesn't implement any sandboxing, which means any malicious code can break through plugin security as there are no additional barriers. This is the same level of security as NPAPI Flash have. . This package allows one to use the Native Client plugin from Chrome (libppGoogleNaClPluginChrome.so) in NPAPI web browsers.


PPAPI-host NPAPI-plugin adapter for pepperflash

The main goal of the project is to get PPAPI (Chrome) plugins working in Firefox (and any other web-browser supporting NPAPI plugins). It implements a wrapper which behaves like browser to PPAPI plugin and implements NPAPI plugin interface for browser to use. . This particular implementation doesn't implement any sandboxing, which means any malicious code can break through plugin security as there are no additional barriers. This is the same level of security as NPAPI Flash have. . Flash plugin for Linux provided by adobe stopped at version 11.2; for chrome/chromium users there is pepperflash plugin but it's not supported by firefox/iceweasel/other browsers. . This package allows one to use the Pepper Flash plugin from Chrome in NPAPI web browsers.


PPAPI-host NPAPI-plugin adapter for libpdf.so from Chrome

The main goal of the project is to get PPAPI (Chrome) plugins working in Firefox (and any other web-browser supporting NPAPI plugins). It implements a wrapper which behaves like browser to PPAPI plugin and implements NPAPI plugin interface for browser to use. . This particular implementation doesn't implement any sandboxing, which means any malicious code can break through plugin security as there are no additional barriers. This is the same level of security as NPAPI Flash have. . This package allows one to use the libpdf.so plugin from Chrome in NPAPI web browsers.


Pepper Flash Player - browser plugin (dummy package)

The Adobe Flash Player is EoL and no longer available for download. . This package is now a dummy package taking care of the removal of a previously installed Pepper Flash Player plugin. It can be safely removed.


TightVNC java applet and command line program

VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing. It is, in essence, a remote display system which allows you to view a computing `desktop' environment not only on the machine where it is running, but from anywhere on the Internet and from a wide variety of machine architectures. . This is the vnc java applet files that the tightvncserver can distribute to the client.


helps download and run the Tor Browser Bundle

Tor Browser Launcher is intended to make the Tor Browser Bundle (TBB) easier to maintain and use for GNU/Linux users. torbrowser-launcher handles downloading the most recent version of TBB for you, in your language and for your architecture. It also adds a "Tor Browser" application launcher to your operating system's menu. . When you first launch Tor Browser Launcher, it will download TBB from https://www.torproject.org/ and extract it to ~/.local/share/torbrowser, and then execute it. Cache and configuration files will be stored in ~/.cache/torbrowser and ~/.config/torbrowser. Each subsequent execution after installation will simply launch the most recent TBB, which is updated using Tor Browser's own update feature.