Questions about the last release version 1.15.72

Hello everyone

does anyone see the

as i do not have this i even tried new profile and nothing show up there and it’s name does not show up in the settings

the release doe not say anything about this new section


could we get more details about that

Edit : forget to mention i am on linux centos 8.2

thanks and have a nice day :slight_smile:

This is not a feature specific to Brave, but rather is in the core of Chromium (and thus is found in Chrome, and possibly other Chromium-based browsers)

The check runs a scan of your Chromium / Chrome / Brave setup and reports on the status of various privacy or security options and makes suggestions [if lacking]. In some browsers, it will check on installed extensions … and it’ll check the version of the browser you’re currently running.

It also will check if stored passwords have been compromised. (similar to how “Have I Been Pwned” works, but it’s native to the browser.

For example, here’s the output upon running the check on Chromium on openSuse Tumbleweed Linux.


And this is Brave Dev channel on the same Tumbleweed



thanks a lot @caldercay

by the way do you see the bitcoin in the new tab page

and have a nice day

Just checked … running Brave Dev [channel] (on Linux)
Version 1.16.55 Chromium: 86.0.4240.72 (Official Build) Dev

I see Gemini, Binance, and Rewards only.

Same on Windows 10 Brave Release [channel]
Version 1.15.72 Chromium: 86.0.4240.75 (Official Build)

Also missing from Brave Nightly [channel] on Win10.
Version 1.17.19 Chromium: 86.0.4240.75 (Official Build) nightly

Also missing from Brave Nightly [channel] on Linux
Version 1.17.19 Chromium: 86.0.4240.75 (Official Build) nightly

thanks a lot for the feed back and have a nice day :slight_smile:

The Bitcoin widget is only available for specific regions, as it states in the issue you linked to above:

The link outlined points to the following code that defines the available regions

const std::vector<std::string> bitcoin_dot_com_supported_regions = {
  "GB", "AT", "BE", "BG", "HR",
  "CY", "CZ", "DK", "EE", "FI",
  "FR", "DE", "GR", "HU", "IE",
  "IT", "LV", "LT", "LU", "MT",
  "NL", "PL", "PT", "RO", "SK",
  "SI", "ES", "SE", "CA", "AU",
  "RU", "CH", "ZA", "NZ"

thanks a lot

i missed reading the github link

and have a nice day

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