Releases

BookStack Security Release v21.11.2

BookStack v21.11.2 has been released. This is a security release that address a couple of vulnerabilities relating to API access and page draft related content visibility: »

BookStack Release v21.11

Today we release BookStack v21.11 which focuses on a couple of areas that have gone untouched for a while; Those areas being tags and the site-wide search system. »

BookStack Security Release v21.10.2

BookStack v21.10.2 has been released. This is a security release that builds upon changes in v21.10.1 which covers a vulnerability which would allow malicious users, who have permission to update or create pages, to upload content that could then be utilized for phishing or other general malicious intent. »

BookStack Security Release v21.10.1

BookStack v21.10.1 has been released. This is a security release that covers a vulnerability which would allow malicious users, who have permission to update or create pages, to upload content that could then be utilized for phishing or other general malicious intent. »

BookStack Release v21.10

October brings us BookStack v21.10. This release is primarily intended to wrap up a few loose ends before we make more substantial framework changes, but it does bring with it a new authentication option in addition to some new API endpoints. »

BookStack Security Release v21.08.5

BookStack v21.08.5 has been released. This is a security release that covers a vulnerability which would allow malicious users, who have permission to update or create pages, to load content from files stored within the storage/ or public/ directories (Such as application logs) via the page HTML export system. »

BookStack Security Release v21.08.2

BookStack v21.08.2 has been released. This security release is intended to cover a couple of XSS vulnerabilities, where a malicious user with page edit access could enter script that would execute upon page view. »

BookStack Release v21.08

Today we release BookStack v21.08, which brings along multi-factor authentication support in addition to a number of other nice features. Within this post we’ll dive into some of the biggest new changes since the v21. »

BookStack Release v21.05

BookStack v21.05 has now been released which brings along new user interface features & enhancements including a favourites system and easier in-book navigation. »

BookStack Release v21.04

Today is the launch of BookStack v21.04 which is our next feature release after Beta v0.31. For this release we’re dropping the beta and changing our version scheme as detailed below. »

Beta Security Release v0.31.5

BookStack v0.31.5 has been released. As with the previous release (v0.31.4) this updates the Laravel framework version used to help avoid a potential vulnerability when requests were crafted in a certain manner. »

Beta Security Release v0.31.4

BookStack v0.31.4 has been released. This security release updates the Laravel framework version, due to a vulnerability that could occur if request data was crafted and then used in a certain way. »

Beta Release v0.31.0

We kick of this optimistic year with BookStack v0.31 which includes some great additions & updates to existing functionality including a new recycle bin system, controllable item ownership, audit log changes, page API endpoints and much more. »

Beta Security Release v0.30.7

In continuation of the patches in v0.30.6, BookStack v0.30.7 has been released to address an issue that could lead to restricted page content being made visible in exports. »

Beta Security Release v0.30.5

Phishing and and server-side request forgery vulnerabilities have been found within BookStack. Release v0.30.5 will remove this server-side request forgery issue while bringing updated wording and advisories to prevent the potential phishing vulnerability. »

Beta Security Release v0.30.4

XSS and user-injected auto-redirect vulnerabilities have been found within the page content & attachment components of BookStack which BookStack v0.30.4 looks to address. »

Beta Release v0.30.0

Although intended to be a quick release cycle, v0.30 is now here 5 months after the last major release. Sketchy personal health, a poorly pet & a busy day-job workload, combined with constant working-from-home, have reduced the amount of time I could afford to spare working on the project but with normality somewhat returning I present BookStack v0. »

Beta Security Release v0.29.3

BookStack v0.29.3 has been released to address an issue that could expose the names of private/restricted books. Update instructions GitHub release page Impact The name of a restricted book could be viewed by non-authorised users when the book was on a shelf, and the shelves were viewed in “List View”. »

Beta Release v0.29.1

After the recent release of v0.29 comes this patch update to fix some bugs while introducing some nice user experience enhancements. »

Beta Release v0.29.0

This Easter BookStack release welcomes a range of user-experience improvements, with features such as dark mode and improved right-to-left text support, in addition to a bunch of fixes and enhancements. »

Beta Release v0.28.0

Our first 2020 release arrives with some great new features such as an initial API implementation and SAML2 authentication alongside further new customisation options. »

Beta Release v0.27.0

BookStack v0.27 is now available which adds page templates, a new user invitation flow, a more accessible interface and a bunch of under-the-hood changes to provide a better user & developer experience. »

Beta Release v0.26.0

After a long development cycle BookStack v0.26 is finally here, bringing a refreshed design that includes new functionality while providing a much better mobile experience. »

Project Roadmap & Beta Release v0.25.2

We have another patch release for BookStack v0.25 to fix bugs, update translations & to add some new configuration options. We now also have a project roadmap to provide some visibility of where the BookStack is going. »

Beta Release v0.25.1

Soon after the v0.25 release last weekend we have the v0.25.1 patch release to fix some bugs, add support for s3 compatible services and to prepare for the upcoming removal of the Google Plus API. »

Beta Release v0.25.0

2019 is here and to kick it off we have BookStack v0.25. This release does not contain any major new features but instead is focused on making improvements to existing systems within BookStack. »

Beta Release v0.24.0

Need a way to categorise your Books? Well BookStack v0.24 is the release for you bringing Bookshelves along with a host of other notable features such as revision removals, social authentication auto-registration and Arabic support. »

Beta Release v0.23.0

Quicker editing, better LDAP integration and Discord login are now here with BookStack v0.23 along with a good set of fixes and improvements. »

Beta Release v0.22.0

BookStack v0.22 is here with a much requested homepage option in addition to changes to the drawing system and improvements. Let’s get into it: »

Beta Release v0.21.0

A new version of BookStack is here. Version 0.21 improves upon a number of existing features in addition to bringing its own new capabilities to BookStack. »

Beta Release v0.20.1

Today we release BookStack v0.20.1. Although this update does not include any major new features it bundles up some big behind-the-scenes changes along with a great deal of fixes and updates. »

Beta Release v0.20.0

Here we have the first release of 2018 and it’s a chunky one! Not only do we have draw.io integration but thanks to a range of contributors we have extra languages and authentication options. »

1000 Stars and Beta Release v0.19

Before 2017 is up we have managed to hit 1000 stars on GitHub! This reflects the continued growing momentum that the project has experienced over time considering the 500 star milestone was only passed in March of this year. »

Beta Release v0.18.0

We’re now over two years into the life of BookStack and to celebrate we have a new release, v0.18. This release unexpectedly grew in scope during development but it brings a good bunch of highly-requested features along with the biggest design change since October 2015. »

Beta Release v0.17.0

After a few quiet months I’m happy to announce BookStack v0.17 is now ready for release. This release focuses mainly on the code editing experience throughout BookStack. »

Beta Bugfix Release v0.16.1

One week after v0.16.0 we have our first v0.16 Bugfix release. This contains the following changes and fixes: Fixed permission updates on large books failing due to MySQL placeholder count (#374) Added functionality to check ‘Accept-Language’ header to provide translations when not logged in. »

Beta Release v0.16.0

Another BookStack release is upon us. Since the last release work has been put into spring-cleaning the search system which is detailed below. »

500 Stars & Release v0.15.2

Over 500 Stars BookStack now has over 500 stars on GitHub! Yeah yeah yeah, I know, GitHub stars aren’t a great way to track the success of a project but it is nice as a periodical milestone and to give a relative idea of user growth. »

Beta Release v0.15.0

Sneaking in before February closes we have another BookStack release. As well as your usual handful of bugfixes this release also comes with new sign-in options and better export functionality. »

Beta Security Release v0.14.3

Security Bugfix release. Fixes for the following major issue: On 404 (Not found) views page/chapter/book names were visible. No content of those items were visible, just the names. »

Beta Bugfix Release v0.14.2

Bugfix release. Fixes for the following issues: Missing subscript styling (#284) Fixed book contents not showing in some instances (#287, #294) »