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JIRA 3.9.1 Release Notes

JIRA 3.9.1 Release Notes

Recommended Upgrade

JIRA 3.9.1 contains a security update and is highly recommended. This fix is related to issue level security schemes and a way that users can see details of issues that they are not meant to. If you do not have issue level security schemes or do not use Project Roles you do not need to worry. If you do we recommend you upgrade immediately.

Note that the bug list below does not contain details of the bug as it would reveal how to exploit it as well.

For installations running 3.7.x or 3.8.x who cannot upgrade to 3.9.1, there is a patch available.

Atlassian Software Systems is proud to announce the release of JIRA 3.9.1 in Standard, Professional and Enterprise editions. This point release includes 10 bug fixes and some internationalisation improvements.

JIRA 3.9.1 can be downloaded here, and is of course free to all customers who purchased their JIRA licence or maintenance since May 30, 2006.

If upgrading, please refer to the JIRA 3.9.1 Upgrade Guide.

Not using 3.9? Learn about all the new features you're missing out on!

JIRA 3.9.1 includes the following bug fixes.


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    Stefan Kleineikenscheidt (K15t Software)

    Which issue describes the important security update?


    31 May 2007
    1. User avatar

      Jed Wesley-Smith


      The issue is private and can only be view by Atlassian developers. I have updated the note above to provide some context as to whether it is relevant to your installation.


      01 Jun 2007
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        Stefan Kleineikenscheidt (K15t Software)

        Thanks for the update.


        02 Jun 2007
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