On December 6th 2018, the PHP group published PHP 7.0.33.
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.0.33. Five security-related issues were fixed in this release. All PHP 7.0 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version.
Please note that according to the PHP version support timelines, PHP 7.0.33 is the last scheduled release of PHP 7.0 branch. There may be additional release if we discover important security issues that warrant it, otherwise this release will be the final one in the PHP 7.0 branch. If your PHP installation is based on PHP 7.0, it may be a good time to start making the plans for the upgrade to PHP 7.1, PHP 7.2 or PHP 7.3.
Packages of PHP 7.0.33 are now available for Debian 8 “Jessie” on amd64 and i386 architectures, along with the following PECL extensions : APCu, APCu_bc, geoip, igbinary, imagick, memcached, mongodb, msgpack, redis, ssh2 and xdebug.
Important reminder: Jessie entered its “Long Term Support” phase in June 2018 and PHP 7.0 is now “End Of Life”. Please consider upgrading to more recent versions of both Debian and PHP.