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Zend Framework 2.3.9
This is the ninth maintenance release for the version 2.3 series.
11 May 2015
This release contains the following security fixes introduced in 2.3.8:
Zend\Httpwere both susceptible to CRLF Injection Attack vectors (for HTTP, this is often referred to as HTTP Response Splitting). Both components were updated to perform header value validations to ensure no values contain characters not detailed in their corresponding specifications, and will raise exceptions on detection. Each also provides new facilities for both validating and filtering header values prior to injecting them into header classes.
If you use either
Zend\Http(which includes users of
Zend\Mvc), we recommend upgrading immediately.
Additionally, this release fixes several issues raised by the patch for the above security fix, including:
- #7506 resolves issues when UTF-8 values are used in Mail headers, particularly addresses.
- #7507 ensures that array values can be used with cookies.
- #7514 ensures that multipart
MIME messages can be added to
Zend\Mail\Messageinstances in such a way that they do not conflict with ZF2015-04.
Please see CHANGELOG.md.
Zend Framework 2 requires PHP 5.3.23 or later; we recommend using the latest PHP version whenever possible.
Please see INSTALL.md.
Online documentation can be found at http://framework.zend.com/manual. Questions that are not addressed in the manual should be directed to the appropriate mailing list:
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The files in this archive are released under the Zend Framework license. You can find a copy of this license in LICENSE.txt.
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