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Drupal 4.6.8 and Drupal 4.7.2 are available for download. These are maintenance releases that fix problems reported using the bug tracking system, as well as two security vulnerabilities.
Upgrading your existing Drupal sites is strongly recommended.
- Drupal 4.6.8 can be downloaded from http://ftp.osuosl.org/pub/drupal/files/projects/drupal-4.6.8.tar.gz.
- Drupal 4.7.2 can be downloaded from http://ftp.osuosl.org/pub/drupal/files/projects/drupal-4.7.2.tar.gz.
There are no new features in these installments. For more information about the Drupal 4.6.x release series, please consult the Drupal 4.6.0 release announcement. For more information about the Drupal 4.7.x release series, consult the Drupal 4.7.0 release announcement.
A complete list of all bug fixes in the stable DRUPAL-4-6 branch can be found at http://drupal.org/project/cvs/3060/?branch=DRUPAL-4-6.
A complete list of all bug fixes in the stable DRUPAL-4-7 branch can be found at http://drupal.org/project/cvs/3060/?branch=DRUPAL-4-7.
Drupal 4.6.8 and Drupal 4.7.2 fix two highly critical security vulnerabilities. Details can be found in the official security advisory:
To fix this security problem, you can (1) upgrade Drupal or (2) patch Drupal.
- To upgrade Drupal, consult the information below.
- To patch Drupal 4.6.7 to Drupal 4.6.8, use the patches below:
- To patch Drupal 4.7.1 to Drupal 4.7.2, use the patches below:
For the most trouble-free transition from an existing installation, it is recommended that you first upgrade to Drupal 4.6.7 or Drupal 4.7.1. If you are upgrading from Drupal 4.5.x or below, please consult the Drupal 4.6.0 release announcement. To upgrade, upload all of the files and directories in the Drupal release package to your webserver, replacing older copies of the files. As with any upgrade, it is a good idea to back up your site and database first.
No API or database changes have been made since Drupal 4.6.7 and Drupal 4.7.1 so all contributed themes and modules should continue to work.
We have a security announcement mailing list, a history of all security advisories, and an RSS feed with the most recent security advisories. We strongly advise Drupal administrators to sign up for the list.