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In accordance with our security release policy, the Django team is issuing
Channels 3.0.3. This release addresses the security issue detailed below. We
encourage all users of Channels to upgrade as soon as possible.
CVE-2020-35681: Potential leakage of session data using legacy AsgiHandler
The legacy channels.http.AsgiHandler class, used for handling HTTP type
requests in an ASGI environment prior to Django 3.0, did not correctly separate
request scopes in Channels 3.0. In many cases this would result in a crash but,
with correct timing responses could be sent to the wrong client, resulting in
potential leakage of session identifiers and other sensitive data.
This issue affects Channels 3.0.x before 3.0.3, and is resolved in Channels
Users of ProtocolTypeRouter not explicitly specifying the handler for the
'http' key, or those explicitly using channels.http.AsgiHandler, likely
to support Django v2.2, are affected and should update immediately.
Please see the Channels version 3.0.3 release notes for full
General notes regarding security reporting
As always, we ask that potential security issues be reported via
private email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and not via Django's
Trac instance or the django-developers list. Please see our security
policies for further
The Board of the Django Software Foundation is pleased to announce that the 2020 Malcolm Tredinnick Memorial Prize has been awarded to Ken Whitesell.
Ken Whitesell has been an active member of the Django forum since it started, helping new members by patiently answering their questions and making them feel welcome and has in that way helped to grow the forum. He has also volunteered many times at DjangoCon US.
Matt Layman, one of the six people who nominated Ken had this to say about Ken:
Ken is a stalwart contributor to the Django Forum. He is prolific on the forum in supporting new people with all their various questions. He is patient and kind in how he responds. I think the forum is a growing way that new people get involved in Django. Ken is a welcoming person in that arena who I believe demonstrates the qualities desired for a Malcolm Tredinnick Memorial Prize recipient.
Other nominations for this year included:
Adam Johnson (Adam Chainz)
Each year we receive many nominations, and it is always hard to pick the winner. This year we received the highest number of nominations ever received for the Malcolm Tredinnick Memorial Price with some being nominated twice, three times, and the highest being six times. Some people have been nominated in multiple years, so if your nominee didn’t make it this year, you can always nominate them again next year.
Malcolm would be very proud of the legacy he has fostered in our community!
Congratulations Ken on the well-deserved honor!
Here are the results of this year's election in order of most votes:
Congratulations to our winners and a big thank you for our Board members who are leaving James Bennett and Sayantika Banik.
We'll be finishing up the 2020 Board business, ratifying the election and passing the torch to the 2021 Board at our meeting next week.
Also a special thank you to the large number of candidates we had this year. The DSF simply isn't possible without the help of all of our volunteers.
Today we've issued the 3.1.4 bugfix release.
The release package and checksums are available from our downloads page, as well as from the Python Package Index. The PGP key ID used for this release is Mariusz Felisiak: 2EF56372BA48CD1B.