Released on: Monday, 26 November 2018 04:43
Workaround for buggy cURL versions breaking Google Drive uploads. Newer cURL versions introduced a change in behavior when talking to HTTPS servers. This causes a conflict with Google Drive's API server, leading to failure to upload there. This version addresses this issue in cURL by forcing HTTP/1.1 communications with Google's API server, bypassing the issue caused by cURL. Older cURL versions are not affected and will see no change in behavior from this fix.
Site Transfer Wizard improvements. The Site Transfer Wizard will now detect and report DNS issues and issues with invalid or self-signed SSL certificates instead of showing a generic error message that your configuration does not correspond to the site you are trying to restore to. Moreover, we addressed issues which prevented using FTP/SFTP to upload chunks of the backup archive to the remote server instead of HTTP/HTTPS API calls. This will result in a much better experience and increase compatibility with a much larger number of hosting providers.
Bug fixes. We have addressed several issues. Please consult the CHANGELOG.
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