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TYPO3 4.5.35, 6.1.10, and 6.2.4 were released today. The new versions are maintenance releases that only contain bugfixes.
The end of support for TYPO3 6.0 has been announced. While it was scheduled to end in April one additional version, 6.0.14, was released last month. For websites still running 6.0 it is recommend to upgrade to 6.2, which is scheduled to be supported until April of 2017.
Support for TYPO3 4.5 continues until March of 2015 and support for TYPO3 4.7 continues until October.
TYPO3 4.5.34, 4.7.19, 6.0.14, 6.1.9, and 6.2.3 were released today. The new versions include bug fixes and fix a number of security vulnerabilities (including several cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities).
TYPO3 6.2.2 was released yesterday. The new version includes numerous bug fixes, including fixes for several regressions introduced in 6.2.1.
More information is available in the release notes for 6.2.2.
TYPO3 4.5.33, 4.7.18, 6.0.13, 6.1.8, and 6.2.1 were released yesterday. The new versions include bug fixes and fix a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in scheduler form.
TYPO3 6.2 was released yesterday. The new version includes an improved File Abstraction Layer, new tools for making sure websites work well of mobile devices, and more. An updated installer and a compatibility layer for TYPO3 4.5 extension should make the upgrade process fairly smooth, especially for the many websites currently running TYPO3 4.5. The new version also includes security enhancements that are especially helpful for protecting high profile websites:
We enhanced security in this latest release: saltedpassword is now used by default for the Install Tool and all backend users. No more insecure hashes in the database! Also using it for frontend users is highly encouraged and possible since TYPO3 4.3. We’ve implemented CSRF protection throughout the whole TYPO3 Backend, even in Ajax calls. A new click-jacking protection minimizes the risk of users being lured into performing backend actions which they are not wanting to do. cookieHttpOnly is now enabled by default.
TYPO3 4.5.32, 4.7.17, 6.0.12, and 6.1.7 were released today. The new versions fix a number security vulnerabilities including ones that could cross-site scripting (XSS), open redirection, and file deletion. The new versions also include bug fixes.
TYPO3 4.5.31, 4.7.16, 6.0.11, and 6.1.6 were released today. The new versions are maintenance releases that only contain bugfixes.
TYPO3 4.5.30, 4.7.15, 6.0.10, and 6.1.5 were released today. The new versions contain fixes for bugs, including fixes for regressions introduced 6.0.9 and 6.1.4.
TYPO3 6.0.9 and 6.1.4 were released yesterday. The new versions contain fixes for bugs and for two security vulnerabilities. One of the security vulnerabilities fixed could have allowed authenticated users to execute arbitrary code in the web server’s context, the vulnerability is rated as having a critical severity.