Archive for April, 2007

PHP-Fusion 6.01.10

April 13th, 2007 No comments


A slight flaw has been discovered in the verify_image() function used to ensure that images do not contain malicious code. But, don’t panic, because I am pleased to report that this problem has been addressed.

PHP-Fusion 6.01.10 is available for download, and all users are advised to upgrade immediately. For further details, and for upgrade instructions, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News


April 12th, 2007 No comments


GuppY was born in December 2002, written by Aldweb. At that time it was called miniPortail but in September 2003 miniPortail 2.4 was renamed GuppY.

GuppY is written in PHP, and doesn’t require a database, since it stores all its content in plain text files. Major features include members management, news and articles publishing, links and downloads management, image gallery, guestbook, forum, FAQ, polls, visits counter, newsletter.

The administration area features a WYSIWYG editor, plugin management, customizable design, and offers the capability to switch languages or to build a bilingual site.

GuppY is free software, released under the CeCILL license.

Categories: Directory

DotClear 1.2.6

April 10th, 2007 No comments


A new version of DotClear has been released, in order to correct a minor security issue. Upgrading of your site is recommended.

For additional information and for upgrading instructions please refer to the release announcement.

Categories: News

Typo3 version 4.1.1

April 3rd, 2007 No comments


Typo3 versions 4.1.1 and 4.0.6 are ready for download. They are maintenance releases of versions 4.0 and 4.1. Both versions contain only bugfixes.

Among various smaller changes, this update will mainly bring back the Rich Text Editor (rtehtmlarea) which was not running anymore in Mozilla Firefox version

For details about these versions, please see the release announcement.

Categories: News

WordPress 2.1.3 and 2.0.10

April 3rd, 2007 No comments


We have a security update release for both the 2.1 and 2.0 branches of WordPress now available for immediate download.

According to the announcement, these updates are highly recommended for all users of both branches, as they include fixes for several publicly known minor XSS issues and for one major XML-RPC issue. Moreover, a proactive full sweep of the WordPress codebase has been made to protect against future problems.

For additional information, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News