Category: "Security info"

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b2evolution 2.4.5 now available in Fantastico

  December 15, 2008 @ 03:33, by fplanque • Category: Security info
If you still haven't upgraded to b2evolution 2.4.5, you can now do it with even less clicks than before if you have installed b2evolution with Fantastico Deluxe. Fantastico now ships b2evolution 2.4.5 as part of their installer. Thank you to the sharp… more »

b2evo 1.8.6 AND 1.9.1 released!

  December 2, 2006 @ 19:42, by fplanque • Category: New releases, Security info
Only December the 2nd and we already have 2 new releases this month! It may seem as we can't get enough releases out the door. But these ones are for your security, so... It is extremely strongly advised you upgrade! Download here! These releases… more »

Security Alert: import-mt.php

  November 30, 2006 @ 14:27, by fplanque • Category: Security info
Well, it's been a long time since the last security alert, but every now and then someone finds a security hole and it gets exploited... This one doesn't affect b2evolution in itself but the Movable Type Importer as shipped with b2evolution since… more »

b2evolution passing the Scanmus test

  November 13, 2005 @ 23:54, by fplanque • Category: Security info, The Webmaster's Blog
Last week, at PHP Forum Paris 2005, Rasmus Lerdorf (the father of PHP if you don't know) showcased "Scanmus", a tool he's been developping internally at Yahoo in order to detect any severe security holes in PHP applications. Of course, I took the oppo… more »

Fix for XML-RPC vulnerability (again!)

  August 31, 2005 @ 19:53, by fplanque • Category: Security info
Yope, that's right, they did it again! The previous XML-RPC fix may not be secure enough, so... It is highly recommended you fix you installation by downloading this NEW patch file and unzipping it into you /blogs/b2evocore/ folder. This should… more »

Fix for XML-RPC vulnerability

  July 5, 2005 @ 15:37, by fplanque • Category: Security info
A critical security issue has been discovered in the XML-RPC for PHP that most applications use, including b2evolution. It is highly recommended you fix you installation by downloading this patch file and unzipping it into you /blogs/b2evocore/ folder.… more »

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