Over the last week of June, the thermometers were reading high all over Europe. Meteorologists nationwide agreed that the heat could break records.
On 31 May 2019 the LTS period of Contao 3.5 expired. In this article I'll summarize what exactly that means. We have also decided to open our Slack workspace to everyone as an alternative to IRC which is not widely used in business.
David Wind, penetration tester with A1 Digital, has discovered that the SQL injection vulnerability originally published under CVE-2017-16558 can still be exploited in the file manager in Contao 4. The security vulnerability has the identifier CVE-2019-11512.
On April 30th, 2019, we will release an update for Contao 4.4 and 4.7, which fixes a security vulnerability.
Security researcher Ali Razzaq has discovered that confirming an opt-in token does not invalidate previous opt-in tokens in Contao 4.7. The security vulnerability has the identifier CVE-2019-10643.
Security researcher Ali Razzaq has discovered that the request token check can be bypassed in Contao 4.7. The security vulnerability has the identifier CVE-2019-10642.
Security researcher Ali Razzaq has discovered that existing sessions are not correctly invalidated when a user changes their password in the back end or front end. The security vulnerability has the identifier CVE-2019-10641.
On April 9th, 2019, we will release updates for Contao 3.5, 4.4 and 4.7, which fix several security vulnerabilities.
Every year, the Contao Core development team meets twice for a short code sprint of three days.
Contao version 4.7.0 is available. The release contains new features such as native fonts in the back end, drag and drop in the template editor, an opt-in service, an improved front end preview bar, additional SEO settings for news and events and a lot more.