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WordPress 3.0 “Thelonious” released

By • Jun 18th, 2010 • Filed under: Open-Source, WordPress

WordPress 2.8.6 Security Release

By • Nov 13th, 2009 • Filed under: Open-Source, WordPress

“WordPress 2.8.6 fixes two security problems that can be exploited by registered, logged in users who have posting privileges. If you have untrusted authors on your blog, upgrading to 2.8.6 is recommended.” – no other specifications; what if you do not have untrusted authors, do you have to upgrade? – Which are the endangered WordPress […]

Upgrade to WordPress 2.8.5

By • Oct 21st, 2009 • Filed under: Open-Source, WordPress

After several security threats were found on older versions of WordPress, it’s rather obvious that the newly released WordPress 2.8.5 is security focused. Security hardening is a major priority in WordPress 2.8.5. Don’t wait till WordPress 2.8.4 gets pounded, you better upgrade right now. So what are the worth noting improvements in WordPress 2.8.5?

WordPress 2.9 to get a basic Image Editor

By • Sep 15th, 2009 • Filed under: Blog World, Open-Source, Web Utilities, WordPress

It seems WordPress is now ready for a basic image editor. This new feature will be in-built in WordPress 2.9 and won’t require a plug-in. Its certain, you can see it from the screenshots you’ll be able to re-size and rotate images, crop and scale them and so on. I certainly don’t expect layers, it’s […]

Upgrade to Keep WordPress Secure

By • Sep 5th, 2009 • Filed under: Open-Source, Security, WordPress

Here is Matt Mullenweg, the guy behind WordPress. He is here to explain to all how to keep WordPress secure. Right now there is a worm making its way around old, unpatched versions of WordPress. This particular worm, like many before it, is clever: it registers a user, uses a security bug (fixed earlier in […]