bug fixes (including security)
Piwigo v2.9.2 - SQL injection in administration panel
[Batch Manager] delete "all set" produces an incorrect error message
SQL injection in configuration setting
SQL injection on Batch Manager, unit mode
release builder failing under MacOS X
SQL injection in admin/users
use xss+csrf attack on configuration pages
ability to get an authentication key through API
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We recommend the automatic upgrade. If you're running version 2.2+, Piwigo will tell you which plugins may be not compatible with Piwigo 2.9 before upgrade.
If you're running Piwigo 2.9.x you can also download the 2.9.x_to_2.9.3.zip archive that contains all new and modified files. Once you have extracted the files, transfer them onto your web server with a FTP client over your Piwigo 2.9.x installation. No database upgrade is required.
If you are running a version older than 2.9 and do not want to use the automatic upgrade, then follow the manual upgrade.