Release Notes: Synchronization support has been further stabilized. The vCard parser and viewer have been improved, and include photo support now. Deletion of user data has been improved. Form fields for images, string arrays, and PGP and S/MIME keys have been added or improved. An SQL driver for signups has been added. A Basque translation has been added. Many further improvements and bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: This release fixes unescaped output and improves the XSS filter.
Release Notes: This release improves the XSS filter.
Release Notes: This release fixes unescaped output only exploitable by authenticated users. It also includes a number of bugfixes since Horde 3.2.1, including fixes for Cache drivers, SQL shares, Preferences, and more. Finally, it includes some new Kolab Group and Preferences drivers.
Release Notes: This release fixes unescaped output only exploitable by authenticated users, and fixes handling of large amounts of text in filters with PHP 5.2+.
Release Notes: Native SQL drivers for groups and permissions have been added. Blocks can be modified directly from the portal now. Users can specify login credentials for IMP now. Synchronisation, PGP and S/MIME support, WebDAV support, and IE7 support have been improved. Many further bugfixes and improvements have been made.
Release Notes: This release is a comprehensive bugfix update. A few new features were added, including attachment support for the problem reporting form, a mock Groups driver for sites that don't need Group support, and an experimental native SQL Shares driver.
Release Notes: An arbitrary file inclusion vulnerability, through abuse of the theme preference, has been fixed.
Release Notes: A privilege escalation in the Horde API has been fixed. The XSS filtering has been improved. Compatibility between newer themes and older applications has been improved. The SOAP and JSON-RPC interfaces have been improved. Creation of sub-groups and localization of the WYSIWYG editor have been fixed. Many further bugfixes and improvements have been made.