Symfony 3.4.14 released
Warning: Symfony 3.4 is no longer supported. Consider upgrading your applications to the most recent Symfony version.
Symfony 3.4.14 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- security #cve-2018-14774 [HttpKernel] fix trusted headers management in HttpCache and InlineFragmentRenderer (@nicolas-grekas)
- security #cve-2018-14773 [HttpFoundation] Remove support for legacy and risky HTTP headers (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #28003 [HttpKernel] Fixes invalid REMOT _ADDR in inline subrequest when configuring trusted proxy with subnet (@netiul)
- bug #28007 [FrameworkBundle] fixed guard event names for transitions (@destillat)
- bug #28045 [HttpFoundation] Fix Cookie::isCleared (@ro0NL)
- bug #28080 [HttpFoundation] fixed using _method parameter with invalid type (@Phobetor)
- bug #28052 [HttpKernel] Fix merging bindings for controllers' locators (@nicolas-grekas)
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