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A week of symfony #465 (23-29 November 2015)

This week Symfony published the 2.3.35, 2.6.12 and 2.7.7 security releases. Meanwhile, the development activity focused on 2.8 and 3.0 versions, which will be published at the beginning of the next week. Finally, the Symfony Business and Community Awards were announced and they'll be awarded during the SymfonyCon Paris 2015 conference at the end of the next week.

New in Symfony 2.8: Form improvements

The Symfony Form component keeps improving with each new version. In Symfony 2.8 we added lots of small but useful tweaks.

Newsflash: SymfonyCon Paris 2015 is less than two weeks away, it's now Awards time!

SymfonyCon Paris 2015 is coming fast, less than 2 weeks before the conference! You can now vote for the Symfony Community Awards and you can still vote for the Symfony Business Awards on the showcase. See you very soon!

Symfony 2.6.12 released

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Symfony 2.7.7 released

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Symfony 2.3.35 released

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CVE-2015-8125: Potential Remote Timing Attack Vulnerability in Security Remember-Me Service

CVE-2015-8125 fixes a potential remote timing attack vulnerability in Security remember-me service.

CVE-2015-8124: Session Fixation in the "Remember Me" Login Feature

CVE-2015-8124 fixes a session fixation in the "Remember Me" login feature.

A week of symfony #464 (16-22 November 2015)

This week, the first beta of Symfony 2.8.0 and the first beta of Symfony 3.0.0 were released. In addition, we published an article about using Symfony as a microframework. Lastly, there were some tech discussions about the security voters and the need of the log folder.

New in Symfony 2.8: Symfony as a Microframework

Symfony 2.8 introduces a new microkernel trait which enables to use Symfony as a microframework. This will greatly simplify the creation of single-file (or just smaller) Symfony applications.