A Week of Symfony #750 (10-16 May 2021)

This week, Symfony 3.4.48, 4.4.23 and 5.2.8 maintenance versions were released to mitigate the CVE-2021-21424 security issue. In addition, the fourth beta of Symfony 5.3 was published and the first speakers of the SymfonyWorld 2021 conference were announced.

New in Symfony 5.3: Better Protection Against BREACH Attack

Symfony 5.3 randomizes CSRF tokens to better protect you against BREACH attacks.

New in Symfony 5.3: Prototype Options

In Symfony 5.3 we've added prototype options to the OptionsResolver component, to resolve and validate a series of options which are part of another option.

Discover the first Keynotes and more talks at SymfonyWorld 2021

Join us next month at SymfonyWorld 2021, June 17-18, and check out now the first Keynotes and more talks of the conference!

Symfony 5.3.0-BETA4 released

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CVE-2021-21424: Prevent user enumeration in authentication mechanisms

CVE-2021-21424 prevents user enumeration in authentication mechanisms

Symfony 5.2.8 released

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Symfony 4.4.23 released

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Symfony 3.4.48 released

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New in Symfony 5.3: Service Autoconfiguration and Attributes

In Symfony 5.3 you can define service autoconfiguration using PHP attributes.