Release note / Piwigo 2.9.2

bug fixes (including security)

Download Piwigo 2.9.2

Released on October 6th, 2017


The list of major changes is described on Piwigo 2.9.0 release note

Bugs fixed



Bugs fixed

789 / Display

ability to avoid error message on log in page

787 / Security

unexpected "action" for password.php displays errors

777 / web API

WS categories getImages, TotalCount

767 / web API

Publishing via Shotwell 0.22.0 fails with Piwigo 2.9.1

760 / Display

Date creation not refreshed when changing it from picture_modify

755 / Display

Sync'ing the metadata send a date creation incorrect for Mysql 5.7

751 / Display

Cannot run install/piwigo_structure-mysql.sql twice

747 / Technical

PHP notice when changing admin page's theme

739 / Technical

[search] when a search on word also matches tags

732 / Technical

rename transliterate function

731 / Technical

dashboard, missing number of photos

726 / Technical

trigger on album creation

725 / Technical

protect pwg.images.setInfo from HTML

724 / Technical

Bug Report: SQL injection in page cat_options

723 / Security

when requesting an private id, the permalink is revealed

721 / Security

Bug Report: Set administrator private album to public via CSRF & Incorrect Permissions

713 / Security

update notification mail in french/english mix

710 / Security

input parameter "redirect_decoded" is not valid

678 / Technical

PHP 7 RSS error


Updated languages

Catalan (Català)

British English


Basque (Euskara)

Finnish (suomi)

French Canadian (Québecois)

Hungarian (Magyar)

Khmer (ភាសាខ្មែរ)

Portuguese (Português)

Romanian (Română)

Slovak (Slovensky)

Slovenian (Slovenščina)

Serbian (Српски)

Swedish (Svenska)

Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)

Chinese (简体中文)

Hong-Kong Chinese (中文香港)


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 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.