Simple Machines is proud to announce the release of SMF 1.1.5.
This version addresses a few security issues and fixes some small bugs.
We encourage all users to upgrade to SMF 1.1.5 as soon as possible, by either using the fast install option from the admin panel, or manually applying the changes attached to this message.
Among other things, this version fixes the following issues:
* Sanitation of $topic wasn't always done right.
* Increased the randomness of the Captcha sound.
* Require the Memcached version that's compiled into PHP to ensure a better performance.
* Improved the random generator seeding for PHP < 4.2.0 - issue reported by Jessica Hope.
* Fixed a vulnerability with the use of the html-tag - issue reported by Jessica Hope.
* Fixed the CRC function not working properly on 64-bit systems.
* Fixed remembering the infocenter collapse status for guests.
* Don't send the admin a new registration email just because a member changed their email address.
SMF 1.1.4 users: Upgrading could not be easier. Simply log into your forum and visit your admin center - a notice should inform you an update is available. Follow the instructions to patch your release - this should not generally affect any modifications, language packs or themes you have installed. Alternatively download the attached patch file, upload to your "Packages" directory and visit the package manager to install this fix.
If you cannot upgrade using the package manager, please follow the instructions posted in the Online Manual about installing and upgrading.
SMF 1.0.12 users: A separate version has been released: 1.0.13. Just like the 1.1.x branch users, you can simply upgrade through the admin center or download and apply the attached patch.
SMF 2.0 beta 3 users: The same goes for members currently running SMF 2.0 beta 3. They can upgrade to SMF 2.0 beta 3.1 through the admin center or by downloading and applying the attached patch.
Finally - please do not use this topic for any support requests. You will get a much more prompt response by visiting the relevant support board!