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The rustup working group is announcing the release of rustup version 1.25.2. Rustup is the recommended tool to install Rust, a programming language that is empowering everyone to build reliable and efficient software.
If you have a previous version of rustup installed, getting rustup 1.25.2 is as easy as stopping any programs which may be using Rustup (e.g. closing your IDE) and running:
rustup self update
Rustup will also automatically update itself at the end of a normal toolchain update:
If you don't have it already, you can get rustup from the appropriate page on our website.
This version of rustup fixes a warning incorrectly saying that signature verification failed for Rust releases. The warning was due to a dependency of Rustup including a time-based check preventing the use of SHA-1 from February 1st, 2023 onwards.
Unfortunately Rust's release signing key uses SHA-1 to sign its subkeys, which resulted in all signatures being marked as invalid. Rustup 1.25.2 temporarily fixes the problem by allowing again the use of SHA-1.
Signature verification is currently an experimental and incomplete feature included in rustup, as it's still missing crucial features like key rotation. Until the feature is complete and ready for use, its outcomes are only displayed as warnings without a way to turn them into errors.
This is done to avoid potentially breaking installations of rustup. Signature verification will error out on failure only after the design and implementation of the feature will be finished.
Thanks again to all the contributors who made rustup 1.25.2 possible!