WordPress 3.1.1 Released – Update Now
There were three specific security issues that were fixed thanks to the WordPress core developers. The first hardens CSRF prevention in the media uploader. The second avoids a PHP crash in certain environments when handling devilishly devised links in comments, and the third addresses an XSS flaw.
Version 3.1.1 also addresses three security issues discovered by WordPress core developers Jon Cave and Peter Westwood, of our security team. The first hardens CSRF prevention in the media uploader. The second avoids a PHP crash in certain environments when handling devilishly devised links in comments, and the third addresses an XSS flaw.
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WordPress 3.1.1 released with many security fixes
Did you recently update your WordPress installation to version 3.1? Well, now is the time to update again! Early today, the WordPress team has made available for download WordPress 3.1.1. According to the official blog, this is a maintenance release which fixes about thirty issues that were found in v3.1 — do not expect new features in this release –. If you speak WordPress, here is a list with some of the fixes:
WordPress 3.1.1 Released, Update Now; Fixes Security Bugs and XSS Flaw
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