Release Date: Oct. 11, 2022
This is a security release of Python 3.9
Note: The release you're looking at is Python 3.9.15, a security bugfix release for the legacy 3.9 series. Python 3.10 is now the latest feature release series of Python 3. Get the latest release of 3.10.x here.
Security content in this release
- CVE-2022-40674: bundled libexpat was upgraded from 2.4.7 to 2.4.9 which fixes a heap use-after-free vulnerability in function
- gh-97616: a fix for a possible buffer overflow in
list *= int
- gh-97612: a fix for possible shell injection in the example script
get-remote-certificate.py(this issue originally had a CVE assigned to it, which its author withdrew)
- gh-96577: a fix for a potential buffer overrun in
According to the release calendar specified in PEP 596, Python 3.9 is now in the "security fixes only" stage of its life cycle: the 3.9 branch only accepts security fixes and releases of those are made irregularly in source-only form until October 2025. Python 3.9 isn't receiving regular bug fixes anymore, and binary installers are no longer provided for it. Python 3.9.13 was the last full bugfix release of Python 3.9 with binary installers.
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