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Ubuntuforums.org hacked

Notice to all our users

As you may or may not have heard by now, the ubuntuforums.org website was hacked. Since some of our users are known to be Ubuntu users, I would strongly advise you to follow Ubuntu’s advice to change your password on other sites if you have an ubuntuforums.org account.

Of course, this would only be necessary if your password on ubuntuforums.org was the same as on other sites.

For full details on the hack, please see the official Ubuntu announcement: http://ubuntuforums.org/announce.


Releasing Wolf CMS 0.7.7

We’ve just released version 0.7.7 of Wolf CMS. The recent 0.7.6 release had a bug in it that complicated upgrades.

Our apologies for the inconvenience.

This release combines some bugfixes and all of the stuff that was in 0.7.6, mainly bug fixes and new translations. If you are running a 0.7.5-sp1 system, you can upgrade by simply replacing your files. Starting with this release all of our translations are available at our Transifex.com project page. You can get the bleeding edge of translations there.


Releasing Wolf CMS 0.7.6

We’ve just released version 0.7.6 of Wolf CMS. A little later than planned due to pneumonia, but finally here nevertheless.

This release contains mainly bug fixes and new translations. If you are running a 0.7.5-sp1 system, you can upgrade by simply replacing your files. Starting with this release all of our translations are available at our Transifex.com project page. You can get the bleeding edge of translations there.


A short new year's update

Happy New Year from the Wolf CMS team!

Thanks to the team and all of our loyal users who kept the forum in check during the holidays. Its great to see that happen.

Personal

On a personal note: I got married to my beautiful Chinese girl during the holidays. The whole trip was tiring but definitely worth it.

However, when turning on my PC after returning, my system fried including my disks. Fortunately, no major loss of data occurred due to a proper backup setup. I had to wait till the shops were open again after the holidays before being able to get a new system, increasing the considerable post-wedding dent in my finances.

I’ll re-setup my development environment during the weekend.

Foreign languages and Wolf CMS

Translators take note!


Security Patch 1 for Wolf CMS 0.7.5

Users of Wolf CMS 0.7.5 are advised to patch their systems with the SP1 (Security Patch) patch. You can get the patch from the download page

Risk level – Moderate.
Description – A number of CSRF vulnerabilities were reported and fixed which could allow a remote attacker to abuse certain Wolf CMS functions by manipulating the URL. Exploiting these vulnerabilities depend on the attacker first acquiring a valid session from a user with administrative privileges.

Note – Some users might encounter a message “This plugin CANNOT be enabled!



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