There has been a security release for CiviCRM. We recommend you immediately upgrade to one of the following versions:
- CiviCRM v5.13.4
- CiviCRM v5.7.6 ESR
Below are the security advisories details:
With generous support from the community funding our first Form Builder Make-it-happen campaign, Tim Otten & Coleman Watts have begun regular code sprints for phase 1 of the Form Builder project. The extension is evolving rapidly, but I wanted to take a break from development for a few minutes to update you on what we've accomplished so far and where we go from here.
Josh nicely asked me to drop some words about the relationship Greenpeace in Central and Eastern Europe (GP) has with CiviCRM. I believe today is a good day to praise CiviCRM!
If you’re not already aware, CiviCRM version 5.13 shipped this past Wednesday. In addition to this being the normal monthly release of the latest stable version of CiviCRM, it will also serve as the next version of CiviCRM ESR, officially in August. Finally, CiviCRM version 5.13 will be the last version of CiviCRM to support PHP 5.6.
There’s a lot here to digest, so let’s break it down with a few questions.
The Maintenance Group is tasked with identifying and correcting issues related to the stability of CiviCRM.
The Events Group is tasked with supporting all CiviCRM related events.
The Security Group works behind the scenes to identify and correct vulnerabilities in the CiviCRM codebase.