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Changelog Apache Tomcat 8.5.53
- 64210: Correct a regression in the improvements to HTTP header validation that caused requests to be incorrectly treated as invalid if a
CRLFsequence was split between TCP packets. Improve validation of request lines, including for HTTP/0.9 requests. (markt)
- 64206: Correct a regression introduced in 8.5.51 that meant that the HTTP port specified when using the Windows Installer was ignored and 8080 was always used. (markt)