The PHP project has issued an update about the security problem it made public on 30 March, saying that it was now believed that the git.php.net server was not compromised.
A number of legitimate websites have been compromised and are spreading Windows malware to users through fake alerts for browser updates that resemble the original to a marked degree.
A longstanding bug in the Joomla! content management system, which allowed the takeover of a site by exploiting a vulnerability in the login page, has been patched by the project.
Attacks on websites running the popular Joomla! content management system are on the rise after two critical vulnerabilities were patched last week.
Microsoft is previewing several new features of Windows Azure, including the ability to run Linux on Azure virtual machines.
Australian online fulfilment company, ShippingEasy.com, has integrated with four eCommerce platforms - Drupal, Joomla, PrestaShop and Volusion - and cemented a new courier partnership with Direct Couriers, in a move which the company says will, for the first time, provide online and offline SME retailers with access to a 'true multi-channel online shipping platform.'
How do you make money from software when you give away the source? That's a good question - which these days has as many answers as the number who have found a business model that permits them to live off what they code.
Version 1.6 of the Joomla CMS was released this week. Despite being a point release, it delivers a wide range of improvements.
The downturn in the US economy has benefitted Queensland open source company Jentla to the extent that it has had to double its staff numbers to meet demand.
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