Published on July 04, 2022, | By Micheal Becker
PRTG release 22.2.77 comes with a new Python distribution
PRTG version 22.2.77 is now available in the stable release channel and comes beside a new Python distribution, a security improvement for maps and an update for all language files with many changes behind the scenes.
With this version we deliver a new Python distribution. Python distribution 3.9.12 includes security patches, for example CVE-2021-3177, and several other improvements. This only affects you if you use the Python Script Advanced sensor.
PRTG will notify you upon updating with a ticket and we also created a Knowledge Base article with the most important things to consider:
Security – Image upload for maps
We added a validation for the image upload in maps that minimizes a potential risk in uploading files with arbitrary content. In previous versions, authenticated users with privileges to add maps could upload files with arbitrary content because PRTG did not check the file content but only the file extension. This file could be used in Local File Inclusion attacks.
Behind the scenes
Additionally, all language files that we deliver with PRTG were updated and you can now generate PDF reports when logged in with single sign-on.
Besides that, the stability of some sensors (for example, Modbus and Redfish) has been improved.
Also check our PRTG release notes and roadmap
In summary, PRTG 22.2.77 includes 111 resolved issues, 20 implemented features and stories, 36 bug fixes and 55 completed tasks and to-dos. For all details, have a look at our release notes page.
We also offer a public roadmap of PRTG on our website and we update it regularly. There you can read which features we are currently working on and what kind of things we want to implement in PRTG in the future.