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The critical vulnerability in the WebP graphics library, which affects many kinds of software products, including all browsers, has made high waves in the IT world over the last two weeks. Since QF-Test also uses this library, we first replaced it in version 7.0.6 and updated the embedded Chrome browser for QF-Driver on Windows in today`s release QF-Test 7.0.7.

This maintenance release fixes a serious security issue in the WebP library embedded in QF-Test for image compression in run logs and test suites. The library has been updated to version 1.3.2.

Besides a few bug fixes, including a critical update for support of headless Chrome 117 and higher on Linux, this maintenance release adds support for JxBrowser 7.35 and updates the standard library qfs.qft for Acrobat Reader version 23 and up.

Die Wartungsversion QF-Test 7.0.4 aktualisiert das mitgelieferte JRE zu Temurin Version, bringt Unterstützung für Eclipse 4.29 sowie JxBrowser 7.34 und beseitigt einige kleinere Bugs.

This maintenance release fixes a few bugs, most notably special cases concerning recognition of legacy qfs:label extra features and empty screenshots.

The second maintenance update for the major "dark mode release" QF-Test 7 has been released. Version 7.0.2 contains an important bug fix for session handling while 7.0.1 brought support for ARM Java on macOS as well as Eclipse 2023-06.

In addition, we would like to invite you to our next free special webinar on July 10, 2023, 3:30 p.m.: This time it's about the critical topic of secure application development. Experts from our sister company mgm Security Partners will shed light on various…

This maintenance release adds support for ARM Java on macOS as well as Eclipse / SWT 4.28 alias "2023-06" and fixes a number of bugs.

Most noticeable in QF-Test 7.0 is the streamlined UI. On top of that, there is the long-requested, beautiful new dark mode.

The paradigm shift towards SmartID is now accomplished, thanks to a complete overhaul of the algorithm for determining the best label for a component.

Testing web applications is greatly improved thanks to an intuitive new way of configuring CustomWebResolvers, complemented by a brand-new visual UI inspector.

This maintenance release adds support for Java 20 and Eclipse / SWT 4.27 alias "2023-03", fixes a number of bugs and paves the way for parallel execution of QF-Test versions 6 and 7.

We would like to invite you to attend our next special webinar: What's in the box?! - Using QF-Test with Docker containers on Monday, February 6, 2023 from 3:30 PM until 4:30 PM (CET)

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