Mumble voice chat app for gamers. We have released version 1.3.4 with important bug fixes.
Mumble is a free open source VoIP application designed for use by gamers, similar to programs such as TeamSpeak.
Previously, the public server list registration script did not have a URL scheme whitelist for website fields. As a result, a malicious server could register itself with a dangerous URL in an attempt to attack your machine. In Mumble 1.3.4, now
https A scheme for both client-side and public server listings.
The new release also fixes an issue where applying noise gates caused significant packet loss. A vulnerability discovered in OCB2 allows some packets with certain characteristics to be dropped during encryption. However, there are packet loss issues. It is currently being fixed by a workaround from the contributor.
Other changes in Mumble 1.3.4 include:
- Do not use old (non-existent) notification icon names on Linux.
- Using qInfo instead of qFatal for logging fixes a crash issue.
Unfortunately, Mumble still has a known issue with overlays being blocked by CS: GO Trusted Mode and Battle Eye.
How to install Mumble 1.3.4 on Ubuntu:
The· Official Release PPA I have created packages for Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04, and Ubuntu 20.04.
1. From the System Application Launcher or press Ctrl + Alt + T on your keyboard to open a terminal. Once open, paste the following command and press Execute.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mumble/release
Enter your user password (without asterisk feedback) when prompted and press Enter to continue adding the PPA.
2. If you have an older release installed, simply upgrade using the Software Updater.
Alternatively, run the commands one at a time in the terminal to check for updates and install the chat app for gamers.
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install mumble mumble-server
You can remove the PPA that downgrades your VoIP app to the stock version using the following command:
sudo apt-get install ppa-purge && sudo ppa-purge ppa:mumble/release
To simply delete the tweet, use System Package Manager or run the command in your terminal.
sudo apt-get remove mumble mumble-server