Comodo Release Updated Versions Of Their Dragon And IceDragon Browsers

Comodo have just released the latest versions of their free web browsers, Dragon and IceDragon, which are alternatives to Chrome and Firefox respectively.

Comodo’s browser versions offer the promise of increased security and privacy over their counterparts with the main additional feature being the ability to switch over to the company’s own DNS servers and link scanning tools.


Comodo IceDragon

The latest version of IceDragon features the following additions and updates:

What’s new:

  • IceDragon is based on Firefox 21.0.
  • added HTTPS enforcement feature.

What’s fixed:

  • UI Web developer tools issues.
  • GUI issues when using personas.
  • Other skin related issues.

HTTPS enforcement feature overview:

  • HTTPS enforcement feature allows users to use by default HTTPS connectivity when visiting particular┬ádomains.
  • Clicking the simple address bar icon while on a HTTPS website will instruct IceDragon to always establish SSL connections for the future visits to the website.


  • Importing data during the installation of Comodo IceDragon may not work in some cases.
  • GUI issues when using themes.
  • Other minor GUI issues.

Comodo Dragon 27.1

The latest version of Dragon simply brings the browser into line with Chromium 27, thereby integrating all the new features that were released with Chrome 27.

If you haven’t tried Dragon or IceDragon yet then I most certainly recommend that you give them a go. Both are free to use and are compatible with PCs running Windows XP or later.

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