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v7.1.10

Status: Released

Released on Tuesday, December 10 2019

There is a newer version available - v8.9.1

UmbracoCms.7.1.10.zip

This is the main Umbraco download, generally you won't need anything else.

Downloaded 236 times - uploaded 10 December 2019

Also available on NuGet

Release notes

This is a security patch release fixing a data exposure vulnerability issue related to MiniProfiler.
You can read the details of the issue here: https://umbraco.com/blog/security-advisory-10th-december-2019/

Upgrading from 7.1.x

Important: we've added two keys in the web.config, your previously cropped images will no look be cropped if you don't add them, so don't forget:

In the httpModules section add:

<add name="ImageProcessorModule" type="ImageProcessor.Web.HttpModules.ImageProcessingModule, ImageProcessor.Web"/>

And in system.webServer/modules add:

<add name="ImageProcessorModule" type="ImageProcessor.Web.HttpModules.ImageProcessingModule, ImageProcessor.Web"/>

Other than that, follow the general upgrade guide.

Upgrading note

Google Chrome has notoriously aggressive caching, so if something doesn't seem to work well in the backoffice, make sure to clear cache and cookies thoroughly (for other browsers as well). 

One way to nudge the cache in Chrome is to open the developer tools (F12) and go to the settings (the cog icon). There will be a checkbox that says "Disable cache (while DevTools is open)". Once this checkbox is on you can refresh the page and the cache should be invalidated. To force it even more, the "reload" button next to your address bar now has extra options when you right-click it. It should have "Normal reload", "Hard reload" and "Empty cache and hard reload" now. The last option is the most thorough and you might want to try that.

We're working on making this experience better and seamless, but for now make sure to follow these steps for v7 upgrades.

Upgrading from 7.0.3/7.0.4

Follow the general upgrade guide.

The significant config file changes are that the UmbracoMembershipProvider, UsersMembershipProvider and UmbracoRoleProvider have been updated in the web.config (if you're using the older providers then there's no need to update them though) and an assembly redirect is added to point to Newtonsoft.Json version 6.

Please also remove the /Install folder if you haven't done so, it is no longer used and might conflict with the new upgrader if it's still there.

Upgrading from version 7.0.0/7.0.2./7.0.2/7.0.3

Follow the general upgrade guide AND the version specific upgrade guide.

The significant config file changes are that the UmbracoMembershipProvider, UsersMembershipProvider and UmbracoRoleProvider have been updated in the web.config (if you're using the older providers then there's no need to update them though) and an assembly redirect is added to point to Newtonsoft.Json version 6.

Please also remove the /Install folder if you haven't done so, it is no longer used and might conflict with the new upgrader if it's still there.

Upgrading from Version 6

This is a major version, there are therefore several things you must be aware of before attempting to upgrade a site.

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