Quarkus 2.11.2.Final released - CVE-2022-2466 is still ongoing
We thought we got to the bottom of CVE-2022-2466, a security issue we have with GraphQL services since 2.10 was released, but this one keeps on giving.
This issue is only of importance to you if you are exposing GraphQL services using the
quarkus-smallrye-graphql extension. Consuming GraphQL services is fine.
If you are in this case, we recommend to stay on the latest 2.9 for the time being, which is 2.9.2.Final.
If you are not using
quarkus-smallrye-graphql, you are safe to go with the latest and greatest Quarkus that is 2.11.2.Final.
We are working hard to fully circumvent CVE-2022-2466 and will hopefully release a 2.11.3.Final soon that fully fixes the issue.
If you are not already using 2.11, please refer to our migration guide.
You can get the full changelog of 2.11.2.Final on GitHub.
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