ReSharper Ultimate 2018.1.4 and Rider 2018.1.4 are released!

Today, we’ve released both ReSharper Ultimate 2018.1.4 and Rider 2018.1.4. You can find more details about all the issues that were addressed below.

ReSharper Ultimate 2018.1.4
We fixed a critical vulnerability in dotPeek and ReSharper which could allow an attacker to execute their code when the assembly resources are viewed in the Assembly Explorer window. We want to say a big thank you to Soroush Dalili from NCC Group for reporting this.

Besides that, we fixed the “RSRP-470385 Resharper causes VS2017 to hang indefinitely after an update to VS or another VS plugin” issue with ReSharper occasionally causing a deadlock when updating Visual Studio or any of the Visual Studio extensions.

Rider 2018.1.4
This bugfix update is mostly about fixing the “RIDER-16906 Rider requires frequent restarts due to hanging UI” issue. In addition to this, Rider now has all the upgrades which were made in the IntelliJ Platform 2018.1.4, 2018.1.5, and 2018.1.6 updates.

We would recommend downloading the updates soon in any of the following ways:

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12 Responses to ReSharper Ultimate 2018.1.4 and Rider 2018.1.4 are released!

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  2. Manuel says:

    Will be the EAP builds also fixed?

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  4. mads says:

    What is the best way to do a complete reinstall of VS 17 and resharper? Sometimes the my %appdata%/Local is many gigabytes. So if I want completely cleanup both vs and R# is there any recommended way other than format c:

    • Alexander Kurakin says:

      As for ReSharper, you should uninstall ReSharper Ultimate tools first (the easiest way to do it is to use the ReSharper Ultimate installer: run it and select Remove for all tools you have installed. Then feel free to remove “%LocalAppData%\JetBrains” folder. As for Visual Studio, it’s better to ask Microsoft support team about that.

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  6. ThatGuy says:

    What about performance ?

  7. John Radke says:

    I’m getting a (407) Proxy Authentication Required error when going to ReSharper > Help > Check for Updates in VS2017. This used to work previously, I believe.

    I’ve got “Use system proxy server settings[…]” enabled under Options > Web Proxy Settings. No other applications are having difficulty reaching the internet (e.g. I can download nuget packages from nuget.org just fine from within VS2017).

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