Python 3.7 End of Life Support

Python 3.7 will no longer be supported by the Python Software Foundation (PSF) starting June 27, 2023. If you require security fixes for your Python 3.7 applications during your migration efforts, ActiveState can provide support and security updates for your Python 3.7 applications.

  • Avoid Risk: ActiveState backports security patches from recent releases of Python. See our Python 2 examples.
  • Migrate Faster: ActiveState simplifies Python 3.7 to 3.x migration, eliminating dependency hell and automatically building your new runtime from vetted source code, ensuring supply chain security. Learn more.
  • Outsource Migration: Your developer time and resources are valuable. Let ActiveState migrate your Python 3.7 applications for you. Learn more.

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Python 3.7 Security Patches

Get updates for Python 3.7 core and key third-party packages.

Eliminate Dependency Hell

The ActiveState Platform automatically resolves all your runtime dependencies and transitive dependencies, or else tells you how you can manually fix conflicts.

Supply Chain Security

Automatically build your runtime environment securely from vetted source code using our SLSA Build Level 4 compliant Secure Build Service.

Managed Builds

Let ActiveState manage your Python 3.7 dependencies on your behalf, migrating and rebuilding your runtime environment on newer versions of Python ready for you to take at any time.

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JUNE 27, 2023:

The Python Software Foundation (PSF) will end support for Python 3.7. End of Support (EOS) means no more official updates or security fixes will be released, not even for critical security vulnerabilities. What does this mean for you?

  • Final release of Python 3.7 is subject to emergent vulnerabilities.
  • Loss of official support from the Python core team.
  • Python 3.7 applications become vulnerable to attacks that exploit security flaws.
  • Python 3.7 core codebases become less performant and reliable issues and bugs continue to be found.