With the recent release of JakartaEE9, the future for Java has never been brighter. In addition to headline projects moving forward into the new jakarta.* namespace, there has been a tremendous amount of work done throughout the community to stay
The Eclipse Jetty team is proud to announce the release of Jetty 10 and Jetty 11! Let’s first get into the details of Jetty 10, which includes a huge amount of enhancements and upgrades. A summary of the changes follows.
If you are using DefaultServlet or ResourceHandler with indexing/listing, then you are vulnerable to a variant of XSS behaviors surrounding the use of injected HTML element attributes on the parent directory link. We recommend disabling indexing/listing or upgrading to a
There has been a tremendous amount of information, and a fair amount of disinformation, coming out over the last several months with regards to Java versioning, the effects of modularization, and how projects like Jetty may or may not respond
It’s finally here! Java 9 has officially been released and includes a whole host of changes and new functionality. Jetty, too, has been built with Java 9 over the past few releases as we ramp up support for the new JDK.
If you have been following Jetty’s adoption of Java 9, you might have read that builds using JDK 9 have started being produced. As the release of JDK 9 looms, developers are no doubt already doing everything they can to
Starting with patch 9.4.3, Jetty will be fully compliant with RFC6265, which presents changes to cookies which may have significant impact for some users. Up until now Jetty has supported Version=1 cookies defined in RFC2109 (and continued in RFC2965) which allows for special/reserved
Are you an Eclipse Jetty user who enjoys contributing to the open source project and wants to let the rest of the world know? Of course you are! As a thank you to our great community, we’ve had some fancy