July 5th marks the release of Flarum 0.1.0-beta.9 code named "Leafy Seadragon". The release This release contains several improvements and fixes a vulnerability under the hood. Changes include an upgrade to Laravel components and a full rewrite of how the installer is hooked into the rest of Flarum, amongst others. We urge you to upgrade as soon as possible. More details on the vulnerability can be found in this advisory. Some of the changes we would like to emphasise: ️ Tags can now have an icon. Thank you NomisCZ. ✉️ More mail drivers can now be configured in the admin interface. ☑️ Checking MariaDB version and MySQL version now works decently during installation. ⚠️ CSRF attacks allowed attackers to execute actions on behalf of other users. Thanks to CuPcakeN1njA for reporting this. OAuth providers no longer worked. Event posts were included in user post statistics counts. ✏️ Admins could not reset user passwords. These are just some of the highlights of beta 9. There are tons of other minor features, polish, bug fixes and performance improvements - see the full changelog for all the nitty-gritty! You can check out the full announcement over at Flarum now by clicking here.