This week, Discord teased plans to integrate a crypto asset wallet. After backlash from their user community, Discord clarified that the feature isn’t ready to ship “for now”. With many popular social and chat apps already on the blockchain bandwagon (including Facebook, Telegram, Signal, Twitter and Reddit), some are
We released Zulip Server 4.7 today! This is a security release, containing minor security fixes since Zulip Server 4.6. What's newThis release fixes CVE-2021-41115, which prevents organization administrators from affecting the server with a regular expression denial-of-service attack through linkifier patterns. Parts of this vulnerability were discovered by
This summer, the Zulip developer community welcomed 18 student participants through the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) program. This was the 5th consecutive year that Zulip participated in GSoC; more than 85 students have now completed one of our formal internship programs, primarily through Google Summer of Code and Outreachy.
We released Zulip Server 4.6 today! This is a bug fix release, containing a few dozen cherry-picked changes since Zulip Server 4.5. What’s newThis release fixes the following issues: Documented official support for Debian 11 Bullseye, now that it is officially released by Debian upstream.Fixed installation
Zulip for Education is a new open source team chat product used at university departments around the world, including MIT, University of California San Diego and Technical University of Munich, Germany. SAN FRANCISCO, CA – July 26, 2021 – Zulip, the threaded open source team chat app with the most active open-source
We released Zulip Server 4.4 today! This is a security release, containing important security fixes, as well as important cherry-picked bug fixes, since Zulip Server 4.3. What’s newThis release fixes the following issues: Added a tool to fix potential database corruption caused by host OS upgrades; see
We’re excited to announce the release of Zulip Server 4.0, containing hundreds of new features and bug fixes! Zulip is an open-source team collaboration tool with unique topic-based threading that combines the best of email and chat to make remote work productive and delightful. Fortune 500 companies, leading
Hosting Zulip on DigitalOcean is easy.As an open source project, Zulip is committed to making it convenient for every organization to use Zulip. For those who cannot maintain their own server, we offer the convenient Zulip Cloud SaaS service. For organizations concerned about privacy, data control, and compliance, we
We released Zulip Server 3.2 today! This is a bug fix release, containing a few cherry-picked changes since Zulip Server 3.1. What’s newThis releases fixes multiple important bugs in previous versions of Zulip. It contains fixes for the following issues: Switched from libmemcached to python-binary-memcached, a pure-Python
Today we released Zulip Desktop 5.4.3, fixing a security issue: CVE-2020-24582: Zulip Desktop failed to escape various strings interpolated into the user interface HTML. This could result in code execution when connecting to a maliciously altered Zulip server. The Zulip security team discovered this issue during internal auditing.
We’re excited to announce the release of Zulip Server 3.0, containing hundreds of new features and bug fixes to help distributed and remote teams stay productive and focused. Zulip is the open-source threaded team chat app, used by thousands of teams globally. Zulip’s unique topic-based threading experience
We released Zulip Server 2.1.7 today. This is a security release, containing a couple cherry-picked changes since Zulip Server 2.1.6. What’s newThis releases fixes multiple important bugs in previous versions of Zulip. It contains fixes for the following issues: CVE-2020-15070: Fix privilege escalation vulnerability with
We released Zulip Server 2.1.5 today. This is a security release, containing a dozen cherry-picked changes since Zulip Server 2.1.4. What’s newThis releases fixes several important bugs in previous versions of Zulip. It contains fixes for the following issues: CVE-2020-12759: Fix reflected XSS vulnerability in
Today we released Zulip Desktop 5.2.0, fixing a critical security issue: CVE-2020-12637: Zulip Desktop 0.5.10 introduced a certificate validation handler to support the undocumented ignoreCerts option available by manually editing the configuration file. However, the handler inadvertently disabled all certificate validation, whether or not ignoreCerts was
We released Zulip Server 2.1.3 today. This is a security release, containing a few dozen cherry-picked changes since Zulip 2.1.2. What’s newThis releases fixes several important bugs in previous versions of Zulip. It contains fixes for the following issues: CVE-2020-9444: Reverse tabnabbing vulnerability in Zulip
Today we released Zulip Desktop 5.0.0, fixing multiple critical security issues as well as several other important issues: CVE-2020-10856: Remote code execution due to missing context isolation.CVE-2020-10857: Remote code execution due to unsafe use of shell.openExternal and shell.openItem.Downloaded files will no longer be opened