ⓘ Basilisk (web browser)


ⓘ Basilisk (web browser)

Basilisk is an open-source web browser created by the developer of the Pale Moon browser. There are releases for Microsoft Windows and Linux, and an unofficial build for macOS.

First released in 2017, Basilisk is a perpetual beta intended to refine the UXP codebase it is built from. Pale Moon and other applications are also built from this codebase.

Like Pale Moon, Basilisk is a fork of Firefox with substantial divergence. Basilisk has the user interface of the Firefox version 29–56 era unlike Pale Moon, which has the Firefox 4–28 interface.

For add-ons, Basilisk has roughly similar support as Pale Moon for XUL/XPCOM extensions and NPAPI plugins, all of which are no longer supported in Firefox. Basilisk also had experimental support for current Firefox WebExtensions, but this was removed in February 2019.

Unlike Pale Moon, Basilisk has limited support for Widevine DRM and WebRTC.

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