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Feature "At this stage there is no fix for 1.7.10 or below" - please patch for 1.7.10

Discussion in 'Bugs & Feature Requests' started by minecraft7net, May 2, 2015.

  1. minecraft7net



    can someone make a patch for 1.7.10 ?

    "At this stage there is no fix for 1.7.10 or below".

    For security reasons it is recommended that all users upgrade to Minecraft 1.8.3 by re-running BuildTools. A fix for 1.8 is also available via the --rev 1.8 argument. At this stage there is no fix for 1.7.10 or below, however given these builds have been unsupported for more than 7 months, we recommend that all servers look into upgrading. For those using Vanilla, a 1.8.4 version with these same fixes has been released by Mojang.

    make upgrade for whole minecraft network its a month of work, i have 15 servers with alot of games that are still only for 1.7.x.

    last time there was a patch for a lot of things like holographics and echopet :) meybe someone provide patch for 1.7.10 too ? :)
  2. JamesJ


    They've said they wont, so why would they for you?
  3. minecraft7net


    becouse i have still servers with 1.6.4 and 1.7.10 connected via bungeecord ? :) and i can't upgrade to 1.8.x becouse plugins/games and mods dependencies.
  4. If you get your plugins working, then you might consider using plugin ProtocolSupport to provide comp. back to 1.5.2.
    Otherwise, I dont understand why they dont make it...
  5. minecraft7net


    #6 minecraft7net, May 2, 2015
    Last edited: May 2, 2015
  6. joshwenke

    Wiki Team

    The patch prevents using books to compromise a server. If you disable people making books or inform any OPs on the server not to click on links in books, or just disable the /op command and all other sensitive commands in-game, you should be fine.
  7. minecraft7net


    OK - thanks for describe problem. its ok for me, becouse i'm only one admin/op and i didnt share books with players.

    so if anyone has separate accounts for build/moderate and test/play thereis no HIGH problem.
  8. joshwenke

    Wiki Team

    Good, I wouldn't worry about it. Just be on the lookout for that exploit if you're running older versions of Minecraft. This patch basically disables command-links in books.
  9. It's not JSON books that you have to worry about being unpatched. It's the NBT overflow exploit that can crash a server if someone sends some malicious data. That's what the announcement at the top of spigot was referencing.
  10. I think NBT overflow exploit is a EXTREME Case. Which they said they would fix an issue if its an EXTREME Case.
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