Artifactory 7.12.5 Self-Hosted

JFrog Release Information


Released: 30 December, 2020

Artifactory 7.12.5 is Available as a Self-Hosted Version

The Artifactory 7.12.5 release is available as a Self-Hosted version and contains all the highlights, feature enhancements, and bug fixes stated in 7.12.3as part of our Cloud-first initiative.

Upgrading Artifactory 6.23.7 to 7.x

Upgrading from Artifactory 6.23.7 to 7.12.5 is not supported. Please upgrade to Artifactory 7.12.6 or above.

Feature Enhancements

Central P2P Peer Management in the JFrog Platform

You can now control all the P2P Peer settings centrally by storing the configurations in the JFrog Platform. All that is required is to add your settings to a YAML file and to update the settings using the REST API, directly in the UI, or through the bootstrap from the file system. The next time the Peers connect to the Tracker (Artifactory), they will be populated with the new settings.

Docker Authentication for Self-Hosted Customers Only

In lieu of the latest rate limitations enforced by Docker, JFrog self-hosted customers are recommended to set up Docker Hub authentication for Remote Docker repositories.

Amazon S3 Official Amazon SDK Template is Set to use HTTP

As part of JFrog's security policy, HTTP is set by default when using the official S3 Official Amazon S3 Storage template.

Resolved Issues

Jira Issue



Fixed an issue, whereby the s3-storage-v3 endpoint could not connect to a bucket with a custom port. This issue was resolved by adding a new parameter port to the s3-storage-v3 binary config template.


Fixed an issue, whereby downloading an NPM package containing an emoji could not be parsed by MySQL database using UTF-8 encoding.


Fixed an issue, whereby running the Create or Replace Group REST API command returned a success 200 message when an error was generated.


Fixed an issue, whereby Docker Virtual repositories including Smart and regular remote repositories containing the resolveDockerTagsByTimestamp setting did not resolve artifacts as expected.


Fixed an issue, whereby an Archive entry download included an entry path in the filename instead of just the filename.


Fixed an issue, whereby the last ‘N-1’ number of overridden images in a Docker Registry were stored based on their digest SHA and not according to their tags.


Fixed an issue, whereby Docker login and Conan user requests were caching the user without triggering the Realm plugins.


Fixed an issue, whereby SumoLogic custom URLs were not supported for existing user accounts.

Security Issues


Fixed an issue, whereby sensitive information was passed in the request URL.