Server information like the server’s hostname and which version of PHP are running are visible in the debug logs. This information can be used to identify the server and potentially cause problems if it is accidentally shared. These issues have been fixed in the latest version of concrete5.
9.2.7 is the latest version of concrete5. There are no known issues in 9.2.7. If you are running an older version, you should upgrade. If you are running a 9.2.x version, you should immediately disable Debug Mode. To disable Debug Mode in your concrete5 installation, you need to edit your configuration file. For most concrete5 installations, the file would be located at /etc/concrete/settings.php. Go to that file and look for a section that begins with the following line: /* If you want to enable or disable Debug mode, set the value of this to “1” or “0” */. Now look for a section that begins with the following line: /* If you want to enable or disable Debug mode, set the value of this to “1” or “0” */. Then, change the setting from “1” to “0” (or vice versa).
9.2.7 Installation Notes
If you are running concrete5 version 9.2.3 or earlier, please upgrade to 9.2.7 before installing this release. You can upgrade using the “Upgrade” button in the admin panel or by downloading and extracting the zip file from https://github.com/concrete5/core/releases .
Published on: 11/14/2022 23:15:00 UTC
Last modified on: 11/17/2022 14:15:00 UTC