Laravel 6 support ends completely on September 3

Important news for owners of projects that run on Laravel 6. On September 3, 2022, critical vulnerability fixes for this version of Laravel will be discontinued, so we highly recommend that you think about upgrading your application's kernel.

For your convenience, we've prepared a spreadsheet with the dates. The most logical version to update is Laravel 9.

Since version 9.x Laravel developers switched to 2 years release cycle, unfortunately there is no Long-term support (LTS) version expected at the moment and you have to update your kernel every 2 years.

Version PHP Release Date Release of fixes to
The release of security updates to
5.5 (LTS) 7.0 August 30th, 2017 August 30th, 2019 August 30th, 2020
5.6 7.0 February 7th, 2018 August 7th, 2018 February 7th, 2019
5.7 7.0 September 4th, 2018 March 4th, 2019 September 4th, 2019
5.8 7.0 February 26th, 2019 August 26th, 2019 February 26th, 2020
6 (LTS) 8.0 September 3rd, 2019 September 3rd, 2021 September 3rd, 2022
7 7.2 - 8.0 March 3rd, 2020 October 6th, 2020 March 3rd, 2021
8 7.3 - 8.1 September 8th, 2020 July 26th, 2022 January 24th, 2023
9 8.0 - 8.1 February 8th, 2022 August 8th, 2023 February 8th, 2024
10 8.1 February 7th, 2023 August 7th, 2024 February 7th, 2025

If you have questions about upgrading your kernel and you don't currently have a team that can do the job, email us, we provide Laravel core upgrade services.

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