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New symfony security policy
May 21, 2008 @ 12:06:29

In an effort to keep things a bit more secure (after finding out about this) the symfony team has officially released their own security policy to help prevent issues like that in the future.

You may be wondering why it has been taking us such a long time to react. Here's the main reason: we had not a very strong security alert reporting and qualifying process. This has been fixed recently. So as of now, if you find a security bug in symfony, please send an email to security at symfony-project.com, with as much details as you can and ideally a patch if you can provide one.

The wiki has a whole section on how to report security issues to get them to the right place.

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