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There is a lot going on in the Drupal community:

1. The biggest news is that version 8.6 was just released with many improvements. You can read more about the improvements here.

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Like already noted in the last post the previously found Drupal vulnerability is weaponized and the software has been executing automatic attacks now for a couple of weeks against all Drupal websites all around the internet.

Yesterday there was another release from Drupal security team. This means update your site AGAIN and IMMEDIATELY if you have not yet done it.

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UPDATE on 14. April 2018: Now there is a automated attacks active after Checkpoint released post two days ago how the vulnerability works.

 

First (before the problem)

If you have a Drupal site and this is the first time you hear about the critical vulnerability published on March 28 2018 read the two last chapters immediately.

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When adding a social media (SoMe) feed or "some wall" like here on the right bottom corner to your webpage the big question is: Why would you put it to your site? Why is it there?

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Happy anniversary!

Another year of work behind which means thousands of patches, new iniatives and modules. Simple put: ever more modern and robust platform to create web applications and sites.

An article [1] published by Drupal association they gave some recent figures about the development of the framework from last year from which some interesting were:

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