Swagger Codegen 2.2.0 has been released with many improvements and security fixes, and including JMustache update, codegen model improvement, addition of Apache 2.0 license to all generators, additional integration tests using Shippable and AppVeyor, and fixes to prevent code injection.
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The Open API Initiative has announced that the final release of the OpenAPI 3.0 Specification is tentatively scheduled for release the week of July 17. A two-week last chance period will begin on June 19 giving developers a final chance to try out OpenAPI 3.0 and propose changes to the spec.
Security researchers have discovered a vulnerability in the Swagger ecosystem that could result in the exploitation of Web API endpoints when those endpoints or any SDKs designed to access them are generated from a Swagger-based API description. Malicious remote code execution is the main concern.