OpenCart 2.0 Released

OpenCart 2.0 was released today. The new version includes a fully responsive design, a redesigned admin area, a built-in virtual modification system (OCmod), and more.

OpenCart 1.5.6.x will continue to receive support for six months.

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concrete5 5.7.0.4 Released

concrete5 5.7.0.4 was released yesterday. The new version includes bug fixes and improves functionality.

More information is available in the release notes.

 

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Joomla 2.5.27, 3.2.7, and 3.3.6 Released

Joomla 2.5.27, 3.2.7, and 3.3.6 were released today. The new versions fix an issue in the update component introduced in 2.5.26, 3.2.6, and 3.3.5. Anyone who had already updated to one of those will need to do this upgrade to these releases via the Extensions Manager due to the issue. Joomla 3.3.6 also fixes a password reset issue introduced in Joomal 3.3.5.

More information is available in the release announcements for 2.5.27 and 3.3.6.

 

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Joomla 2.5.26, 3.2.6, and 3.3.5 Released

Joomla 2.5.26, 3.2.6, and 3.3.5 were released today. All of the new versions fix two security vulnerabilities, a moderate severity remote file inclusion vulnerability and a low severity denial of service attack vulnerability. Joomla 2.5.26 and 3.3.5 also include several bug fixes.

More information is available in the release announcements for 2.5.26 and 3.3.5.

 

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MediaWiki 1.19.19, 1.22.11, and 1.23.4 Released

MediaWiki 1.19.19, 1.22.11, and 1.23.4 were released yesterday. The new versions include enhanced CSS filtering of SVG images for improved security. MediaWiki 1.2.3.4 also includes a couple of bug fixes.

More information is available in the release announcement for 1.19.19, 1.22.11, and 1.23.4.

 

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Piwik 2.7.0 Released

Piwik 2.7.0 was released today.The new version includes a number of new features including a browser language report and Content Tracking. It also contains bug fixes.

The release contains a major database upgrade, so plan your upgrade accordingly. Also, there are two separate database upgrades that need to run in this release, so after the first ones runs it is normal for you to be prompted for another upgrade.

More information is available in the changelog.

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concrete5 5.7.0.3 Released

concrete5 5.7.0.3 was released yesterday (5.7.0.2 was pulled due to installation bug). The new version includes bug fixes and improves functionality.

More information is available in the release notes.

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TYPO3 4.5.36, 6.1.11, and 6.2.5 Released

TYPO3 4.5.36,  6.1.11, and 6.2.5 were released today. The new versions are maintenance releases that only contain bugfixes.

More information is available in the release notes for 4.5.36, 6.11, and 6.2.5.

 

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Joomla 2.5.25, 3.2.5, and 3.3.4 Released

Joomla 2.5.25, 3.2.5, and 3.3.4 were released today. All of the new versions fix a moderate severity login security issue and both 3.x releases fix a moderate severity cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability. Joomla 3.3.4 also includes a number of bug fixes.

More information is available in the release announcements for 2.5.25 and 3.3.4.

 

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concrete5 5.6.3.2 and 5.7 Released

concrete5 5.6.3.2 was released yesterday. The new version include minor improvements and bug fixes. The new version also fixes three security issues:  a full path disclosure vulnerability, a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability, and database sanitation improvements.

concrete5 5.7 was released last Friday and 5.7.0.1 was released yesterday. This new version is a major overhaul of the software and you can not upgrade, instead a migration is required. It will also require that themes and add-ons have new versions created. More details of the changes made are available in the release notes. The developers currently recommend using it only if you are starting on a new project, as 5.7.1 will be the first 5.7.x version ready for general use. Support for 5.6.x will continue with “for security and critical bugs for at least a year”.

More information is available in the release notes for 5.6.3.2, 5.7, and 5.7.0.1.

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