Article ID: 123218, created on Oct 23, 2014, last review on Jun 17, 2016

  • Applies to:
  • Plesk 12.5 for Linux
  • Plesk 11.5 for Linux
  • Plesk 11.5 for Windows

Release Notes

Odin is pleased to introduce the new Micro-Update #48 for the 11.5.30 version of Plesk.

The 11.5.30 MU#48 update is recommended for all Plesk users and includes general functionality fixes that improve the stability, compatibility, and security of your Plesk server.

To ensure optimal server reliability and security, Odin strongly recommends keeping your operating system and Plesk software up-to-date.

What's Changed

[+] (Centos 5, RedHat 5, CloudLinux 5) nginx web server was updated to version 1.5.13.

[+] (Centos 5, RedHat 5, CloudLinux 5) MySQL server packaged by Odin was updated to version 5.5.37.

[+] (on Linux) Plesk's internal PHP was updated to version 5.4.33.

[+] (on Windows) PHP 5.4 was updated to version 5.4.32.

[+] (on Windows) PHP 5.3 was updated to version 5.3.29.

[+] (on Windows) Plesk's internal MySQL server was updated to version 5.1.73.

[+] (on Windows) Plesk's internal PHP was updated to version 5.4.32.

[+] (on Windows) Client MySQL server was updated to version 5.5.39.

[+] (on Windows) Apache Tomcat was updated to version 7.0.55.

[*] Security improvements

The following issues were resolved:

[-] (Windows) APS application installation failed on Windows if display_errors=On was set in Plesk's php.ini. (PPPM-1448)

[-] (Linux) A vulnerability in Roundcube was removed. (CVE-2013-5645)

[-] (Linux) CVE-2014-0224 was resolved by updating nginx.

[-] CVE-2013-6420, CVE-2014-0207, CVE-2014-2497, CVE-2014-3538, CVE-2014-3478, CVE-2014-3479, CVE-2014-3480, CVE-2014-3487, CVE-2014-3597, CVE-2014-4049, CVE-2014-4670, CVE-2014-4698, CVE-2014-5120 were resolved by updating PHP.

[-] CVE-2013-4286, CVE-2013-4322, CVE-2013-4590, CVE-2014-0050 were resolved by updating Apache Tomcat.

[-] CVE-2014-0384, CVE-2014-2419, CVE-2014-2430, CVE-2014-2431, CVE-2014-2432, CVE-2014-2436, CVE-2014-2438, CVE-2014-2440, CVE-2013-3839, CVE-2013-5807 were resolved by updating MySQL server.

Important: Regular updates of Plesk and third-party components guarantee that your server stays secure against malicious attacks.


[+] - Added

[-] - Fixed

[*] - Improved

Installation Instructions

#9294 : Using Micro-Updates in Plesk

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