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Re: [school-discuss] insecurity (was: Postnuke)

I don't want to get into a stone throwing contest - I trust you are keeping up with Typo3's security bulletins as I do PostNuke's. PostNuke forked off PHPNuke 4 years ago (PHPNuke was never truly open) and has evolved to a pretty stable base of APIs. I'm sorry that you had such trouble with PHPNuke.

Any cms can have vulnerabilities - especially one with a small development team but large installed base. Thank you for sharing your experiences with phpnuke.


On Sep 21, 2005, at 3:36 PM, Michael Shigorin wrote:

On Wed, Sep 21, 2005 at 06:37:37AM -0400, William Fragakis wrote:
If there are any PostNuke (CMS) users out there, we have added
a number of educational modules to our installation plus a
number of good core PostNuke modules.



We've migrated linux.kiev.ua from PHPNuke to TYPO3 not only
searching for something more like a platform to build upon --
in fact Nuke was frozen (database access downgraded to r/o,
SELECTs that is) due to another successful attack on it while
we were already evaluating the options in background but had
to jump out of that quicker than was intended.