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What has changed in CloudStor?
7 July 2022
Addressed security vulnerabilities: CVE-2021-41182, CVE-2021-41183, CVE-2021-41184 for jQuery-ui
Addressed security vulnerabilities: CVE-2016-7103, CVE-2019-11358 for jQuery
Fixed image orientation in file preview
Web interface supports empty folder upload
Web interface will trim spaces while creating, uploading or renaming files and folders
MOVE is faster on db
OpenIDConnect app fix
Updated sabre/dav to resolve an issue with moving files into a folder named with only a number
Improved file cleanup when a user cancels an upload for a public link
Optimise memory usage in Expire Trashbin Background job
You can now add an expiration date when you share files with users and groups
You can’t delete files and folders that have been shared with you
Added a Media Viewer app to replace the old Gallery and Video Player apps. The Media Viewer brings a more robust and reliable viewing experience to CloudStor