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Revision 1.17, Tue May 2 16:06:59 2023 UTC (7 months, 1 week ago) by nikita
Changes since 1.16: +2 -2
python37: update to version 3.7.16
Release Date: Dec. 6, 2022
This is a security release of Python 3.7
Note: The release you're looking at is Python 3.7.16, a security bugfix release for the legacy 3.7 series. Python 3.11 is now the latest feature release series of Python 3. Get the latest release of 3.11.x here.
Security content in this release
gh-98739: Updated bundled libexpat to 2.5.0 to fix CVE-2022-43680 (heap use-after-free).
gh-98517: Port XKCPãàÑÔ fix for the buffer overflows in SHA-3 to fix CVE-2022-37454.
gh-98433: The IDNA codec decoder used on DNS hostnames by socket or asyncio related name resolution functions no longer involves a quadratic algorithm to fix CVE-2022-45061. This prevents a potential CPU denial of service if an out-of-spec excessive length hostname involving bidirectional characters were decoded. Some protocols such as urllib http 3xx redirects potentially allow for an attacker to supply such a name.
gh-68966: The deprecated mailcap module now refuses to inject unsafe text (filenames, MIME types, parameters) into shell commands to address CVE-2015-20107. Instead of using such text, it will warn and act as if a match was not found (or for test commands, as if the test failed).
gh-100001: python -m http.server no longer allows terminal control characters sent within a garbage request to be printed to the stderr server log.
According to the release calendar specified in PEP 537, Python 3.7 is now in the "security fixes only" stage of its life cycle: 3.7 branch only accepts security fixes and releases of those are made irregularly in source-only form until June 2023. Python 3.7 does not receive regular bug fixes anymore, and binary installers are no longer provided for it. Python 3.7.9 was the last full bugfix release of Python 3.7 with binary installers.
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