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Bumps phpmailer/phpmailer from 6.4.1 to 6.5.0.

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PHPMailer 6.5.0

This is a security release.

  • SECURITY Fixes CVE-2021-34551, a complex RCE affecting Windows hosts. See https://github.com/PHPMailer/PHPMailer/blob/HEAD/SECURITY.md for details.
  • The fix for this issue changes the way that language files are loaded. While they remain in the same PHP-like format, they are processed as plain text, and any code in them will not be run, including operations such as concatenation using the . operator.
  • Deprecation The current translation file format using PHP arrays is now deprecated; the next major version will introduce a new format.
  • SECURITY Fixes CVE-2021-3603 that may permit untrusted code to be run from an address validator. See https://github.com/PHPMailer/PHPMailer/blob/HEAD/SECURITY.md for details.
  • The fix for this issue includes a minor BC break: callables injected into validateAddress, or indirectly through the $validator class property, may no longer be simple strings. If you want to inject your own validator, provide a closure instead of a function name.
  • Haraka message ID strings are now recognised

Thanks to Vikrant Singh Chauhan, listensec.com, and the WordPress security team for reporting and assistance with this release.

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Version 6.5.0 (June 16th, 2021)

  • SECURITY Fixes CVE-2021-34551, a complex RCE affecting Windows hosts. See https://github.com/PHPMailer/PHPMailer/blob/master/SECURITY.md for details.
  • The fix for this issue changes the way that language files are loaded. While they remain in the same PHP-like format, they are processed as plain text, and any code in them will not be run, including operations such as concatenation using the . operator.
  • Deprecation The current translation file format using PHP arrays is now deprecated; the next major version will introduce a new format.
  • SECURITY Fixes CVE-2021-3603 that may permit untrusted code to be run from an address validator. See https://github.com/PHPMailer/PHPMailer/blob/master/SECURITY.md for details.
  • The fix for this issue includes a minor BC break: callables injected into validateAddress, or indirectly through the $validator class property, may no longer be simple strings. If you want to inject your own validator, provide a closure instead of a function name.
  • Haraka message ID strings are now recognised
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This Pull Request was closed on June 24th 2021
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