We are pleased to announce the release of WHMCS V4.3.1 – the latest stable release of WHMCS. In this release, there’s lots of exciting new features including a new open source, fully customisable ajax order form, client side twitter integration, time limited recurring promotions, an expanded product downloads feature to allow addons to also grant download access, customisable admin email templates, ability to invoice in advance different periods for different billing cycles, weighting product addons, and much more.
The Joomla Project announces the immediate availability of Joomla 1.5.17 [Wojmamni ama woobusani]. This is a priority release to correct two issues in version 1.5.16. Although there are no security issues fixed in this release, we consider it a security release because a security-related bug has been fixed and because many sites may be upgraded directly from 1.5.15 to 1.5.17.
No administrator issues were fixed for this release.
Fixed problem logging in when Session Handler is set to None (20221)
Fixed error message when running Joomla! in a PHP version prior to version 5.2 (20219)
Reverted change to JFolder::makesafe method that introduced a bug (16506)
Statistics for the 1.5.17 release period:
Joomla 1.5.17 contains:
6 issues fixed in SVN
Tracker activity resulted in a net increase of 4 active issues:
10 new reports
6 fixed in SVN
At the time the 1.5.17 release was packaged, the tracker had 307 active issues:
Joomla! Bug Squad
Thanks to the Joomla Bug Squad for their dedicated efforts investigating reports, fixing problems, and applying patches to Joomla. If you find a bug in Joomla, please report it on the 1.5 Bug Tracker.
Active members of the Joomla Bug Squad during this last release cycle include: Ian MacLennan and Mark Dexter co-coordinators; Airton Torres, Alan Langford, Alessandro Nadalin, Andrea Tarr, Christophe Demko, Dennis Hermacki, Edvard Ananyan, Elin Waring, Flavia Silveira, Hannes Papenberg, Jean-Marie Simonet, Jennifer Marriott, Joseph LeBlanc, Julio Pontes, Kevin Devine, Klas Berli?, Koen Kuipers, Marijke Stuivenberg, Matt Thomas, Mustaq Sheikh, Niels Braczek, Ole Bang Ottosen, Omar Ramos, Pete Nurse, Ron Severdia, Ronald J. de Vries, Sam Moffatt, and Will Mavis.
A warm welcome to the newest members of the Joomla Bug Squad: Alessandro Nadalin, Koen Kuipers, Matt Thomas, Michael McGinn, Mustaq Sheikh, and Ronald de Vries.
The PHP development team would like to announce the immediate availability of PHP 5.3.1. This release focuses on improving the stability of the PHP 5.3.x branch with over 100 bug fixes, some of which are security related. All users of PHP are encouraged to upgrade to this release.
Security Enhancements and Fixes in PHP 5.3.1:
Added “max_file_uploads” INI directive, which can be set to limit the number of file uploads per-request to 20 by default, to prevent possible DOS via temporary file exhaustion.
Added missing sanity checks around exif processing.
Fixed a safe_mode bypass in tempnam().
Fixed a open_basedir bypass in posix_mkfifo().
Fixed failing safe_mode_include_dir.
Further details about the PHP 5.3.1 release can be found in the release announcement, and the full list of changes are available in the ChangeLog.