The Joomla! Project and the Production Leadership Team are proud to announce the release of Joomla! 3.4.1. This is a maintenance release for the 3.x series of Joomla! and addresses issues introduced in 3.4.0 with installing certain extensions and content languages access.

What’s in 3.4.1?

The 3.4 release introduces new features into the CMS such as improved front end module editing, decoupling of weblinks, composer integration, Google new reCaptcha and security improvements by implementing UploadShield code which can detect most malicious uploads by examining their filenames and file contents. Please note: Due to technical reasons we have had to disable the Install from Web Service. We are working to get it back online as soon as possible. To find extensions please use the Joomla! Extensions Directory.

Thanks to the hard work of over 50 different volunteer contributors, nearly 150 bugs have also been resolved with the 3.4 release of the Joomla! CMS. See the list of fixed GitHub issues for details of the tracker items fixed.

For known issues with the 3.4.1 release, see the Version 3.4.1 FAQ in the documentation site.

The Production Leadership Team’s goal is to continue to provide regular, frequent updates to the Joomla community. Learn more about Joomla! development at the Joomla! Developer Network.


New Installations: Download Joomla! 3.4.1 (Full package) »

New installation instructions and technical requirements

Update Package: Download Joomla! 3.4.1 (Update package) »

Note: Please read the update instructions before updating.
Please remember to clear your browser’s cache after upgrading.

How can you help Joomla! development?

There are a variety of ways in which you can get actively involved with Joomla! It doesn’t matter if you are a coder, an integrator, or merely a user of Joomla!. You can contact the Joomla! Community Development Manager, David Hurley, to get more information, or if you are ready you can jump right into the Joomla! Bug Squad.

The Joomla! Bug Squad is one of the most active teams in the Joomla! development process and is always looking for people (not just developers) that can help with sorting bug reports, coding patches and testing solutions. It’s a great way for increasing your working knowledge of Joomla!, and also a great way to meet new people from all around the world.

If you are interested, please read about us on the Joomla! Documentation Wiki and, if you wish to join, emailRoland Dalmulder, our Bug Squad coordinator.

You can also help Joomla! development by thanking those involved in the many areas of the process. In the past year, for example, over 1,000 bugs have been fixed by the Bug Squad.

The project also wants to thank all of the contributors who have taken the time to prepare and submit work to be included in the Joomla! CMS and Framework.


Thank you to the code contributors and active Bug Squad members that created and tested this release: Brian Teeman, Charlie Lodder, Constantin Romankiewicz, Cyril Rezé, Dan Wallis, Daniel Dimitrov, David Neukirchen, Dmitry Rekun, Duke3D, Eighke, Elijah Madden, Erftralle, Eric Fernance, Fedik, George Wilson, Hannes Papenberg, Israel, Jacob B, Jean-Marie Simonet, Leo Lammerink, Viktor Vogel, MarkRS-UK, Mathew Lenning, Michael Babker, Nadeeshaan Gunasinghe, Nicholas K. Dionysopoulos, Nicola Galgano, Niels van der Veer, OctavianC, Oli, Panagiotis Mitsis, Patrick Morris, Peter Lose, Peter van Westen, Phil Taylor, Piotr Moćko, Radek Suski, Ramindu Deshapriya, Richard Fath, Robert Deutz, Roberto Segura, Sophist, Syam Mohan, Thomas Hunziker, Tuan Pham Ngoc, Witchakorn Kamolpornwijit, Wolfgang Naber, Yireo, alikon, bembelimen, bertmert, Dimitris Grammatiko, gringo6969, lmcculley, paladox2015, pjmatos, waader, Tobias Zulauf, Øistein Notnæs.

Joomla! Bug Squad

Thank you to the Joomla! Bug Squad for their dedicated efforts investigating reports, fixing problems, and applying patches to Joomla. If you find a bug in Joomla!, please report it on the Joomla! Issue Tracker.

Active members of the Joomla! Bug Squad during past 3 months include: Mathew Lenning, bertmert, designbengel, sovainfo, rgmears, Erftralle, seagul30, aasimali, matrikular, waader, adhocgraFX, Alex Theulings, Anibal Sanchez, Benjamin Trenkle, Berges Yannick, Brian Teeman, Cyril Rezé, Daniel Dimitrov, David de Boer, Dimitris Grammatiko, Elijah Madden, Fedik, George Wilson, Hannes Papenberg, Herman Peeren, Hils Cheyne, Javier Gomez, Jean-Marie Simonet, Leo Lammerink, Charlie Lodder, Marc-Antoine, Michael Babker, Nicholas K. Dionysopoulos, Nicola Galgano, Niels van der Veer, Nils Rückmann, Panagiotis Mitsis, Peter Lose, Peter Martin, Peter van Westen, Phil Taylor, Prasoon Shukla, Richard Fath, Robert Deutz, Roberto Segura, Roland Dalmulder, Sergio Manzi, Seth Warburton, Thomas Hunziker, Tino Brackebusch, Tobias Zulauf, Tuan Pham Ngoc, Umesh, Viktor Vogel, Yves Hoppe, Евгений.

Bug Squad Leadership: Roland Dalmulder, Coordinator.

Joomla! Security Strike Team

A big thanks to the Joomla! Security Strike Team for their ongoing work to keep Joomla! secure. Members include: Airton Torres, Alan Langford, Beat, Claire Mandville, David Hurley, Don Gilbert, Jason Kendall, Javier Gomez, Jean-Marie Simonet, Marijke Stuivenberg, Mark Boos, Matias Griese, Michael Babker, Nick Savov, Pushapraj Sharma, Roberto Segura, Rouven Weßling, Thomas Hunziker.

Security Team Leadership: Viktor Vogel, Coordinator