Symfony 5.3.0-RC1 released

Symfony 5.3.0-RC1 has just been released. Here is a list of the most important changes:

  • security #cve-2021-21424 [SecurityCore] Fix user enumeration via response body on invalid credentials (@chalasr)
  • bug #41275 Fixes Undefined method call (@faizanakram99)
  • feature #41175 [Security] [RememberMe] Add support for parallel requests doing remember-me re-authentication (@Seldaek)
  • bug #41269 [SecurityBundle] Remove invalid unused service (@chalasr)
  • feature #41247 [Security] Deprecate the old authentication mechanisms (@chalasr)
  • bug #41139 [Security] [DataCollector] Remove allows anonymous information in datacollector (@ismail1432)
  • bug #41254 [SecurityHttp] Fix handling secure: auto using the new RememberMeAuthenticator (@chalasr)
  • bug #41230 [FrameworkBundle][Validator] Fix deprecations from Doctrine Annotations+Cache (@derrabus)
  • bug #41206 [Mailer] Fix SES API call with UTF-8 Addresses (@jderusse)
  • bug #41240 Fixed deprecation warnings about passing null as parameter (@derrabus)
  • bug #41241 [Finder] Fix gitignore regex build with “” (@mvorisek)
  • bug #41224 [HttpClient] fix adding query string to relative URLs with scoped clients (@nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #41233 [DependencyInjection][ProxyManagerBridge] Don’t call clas _exists() on null (@derrabus)
  • bug #41214 [Console] fix registering command aliases when using the new “cmd|alias” syntax for names (@nicolas-grekas)
  • bug #41211 [Notifier] Add missing charset to content-type for Slack notifier (@norkunas)
  • bug #41210 [Console] Fix Windows code page support (@orkan)

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