When it comes to the DBeaver Community, there are many resources to download it, besides the official website. Today we are going to tell you about the best alternative ways to get our open-source app.
If downloading from our website is not suitable for you, we suggest you use GitHub. Go to our repository and click on the Releases button. On the new page, you will see a list of new features and files to download, including the source code.
If you scroll down the page, you will find earlier DBeaver Community versions.
For Windows users
Windows users have a few ways to download DBeaver. As an example, you can find our open-source app for PC in Microsoft Store. To download it just click on the “Get” button.
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Lately, we have received many requests about a dangerous bug in the Log4j library, and we hasten to reassure you:
none of DBeaver products use log4j for any program needs. It is entirely safe to use the latest DBeaver versions.
A few days ago, it became known about a dangerous Log4Shell vulnerability in the Log4j logging tool, which is distributed in the form of a library along with the Apache Logging Project.
The issue with log4j is applicable for server applications that receive HTTP requests, not for desktop applications such as DBeaver.
You can find more information about the vulnerability here.
Please, feel free to contact our support team if you have additional questions at https://github.com/dbeaver/dbeaver/issues .