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May 29, 2003

Last Minute Upgrades

It never fails … Whenever I’m about to depart on a trip.

Apache 2.0.46 was released to fix a DoS attack.

MovableType 2.64 was released. The ChangeLog says 2.64 fixes a Cross-Site Scripting vulnerability. A little puzzling since, in this BugTraq thread it is claimed that MT 2.6 is not vulnerable.


I’m just glad that my sundry accumulation of patches to the MovableType executables (I, II, III — applied in order) worked smoothly in the new version.

Posted by distler at May 29, 2003 4:03 PM

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