Symfony 5.0.7 released
Warning: Symfony 5.0 is no longer supported. Consider upgrading your applications to the most recent Symfony version.
Symfony 5.0.7 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:
- security #cve-2020-5255 [HttpFoundation] Do not set the default Content-Type based on the Accept header (@yceruto)
- security #cve-2020-5275 [Security] Fix acces _control behavior with unanimous decision strategy (@chalasr)
- bug #36262 [DI] fix generating TypedReference from PriorityTaggedServiceTrait (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #36252 [Security/Http] Allow setting cookie security settings for delet _cookies (@wouterj)
- bug #36261 [FrameworkBundle] revert to legacy wiring of the session when circular refs are detected (@nicolas-grekas)
- bug #36259 [DomCrawler] Fix BC break in assertions breaking Panther (@dunglas)
- bug #36181 [BrowserKit] fixed missing post request parameters in file uploads (@codebay)
- bug #36216 [Validator] Assert Valid with many groups (@phucwan91)
- bug #36222 [Console] Fix OutputStream for PHP 7.4 (@guillbdx)
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