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WordPress 3.1.2 Released

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April 26th, 2011
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WordPress 3.1.2 has been released and “addresses a vulnerability that allowed Contributor-level users to improperly publish posts,” while also fixing a few bugs. You should be able to upgrade automatically from the Dashboard -> Updates section of your blog’s Dashboard, but you can also upgrade manually if you run into trouble.

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WordPress 3.1.1 Released

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April 6th, 2011
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WordPress 3.1.1 has been released. This maintenance and security release fixes 26 issues with the following highlights: Performance improvements Fixes for IIS6 support Fixes for taxonomy and PATHINFO (/index.php/) permalinks Fixes for various query and taxonomy edge cases that caused some plugin compatibility issues Regarding this release’s security fixes, “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.” For most of you, 3.1.1 should be available as an automatic update via your Dashboard. If that isn’t working for you, you can download WordPress and perform a manual update.

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WordPress 3.0.5 and 3.1-RC4 Released

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February 8th, 2011
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WordPress 3.0.5 and 3.1-RC4 have been released. Both releases address three security issues and add additional security enhancements, and 3.1-RC4 fixes “about two dozen additional bugs.” Both updates are available immediately via your Dashboard, but users updating to 3.0.5 will need to update to the latest release of Akismet again. Core developer Andrew Nacin hopes to minimize “the Akismet update dance” in WordPress 3.1 and put an end to it in WordPress 3.2.

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WordPress 3.0.4 Security Release

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December 30th, 2010
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WordPress 3.0.4 has been released to plug a critical security vulnerability. [It] fixes a core security bug in our HTML sanitation library, called KSES. I would rate this release as “critical.” I realize an update during the holidays is no fun, but this one is worth putting down the eggnog for. In the spirit of the holidays, consider helping your friends as well. If you’re currently testing WordPress 3.1, make sure that you upgrade to the latest nightly release to get the same security fixes.

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WordPress 3.0.1 Released

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July 29th, 2010
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WordPress 3.0.1 has been officially released. This release fixes 55 minor issues, including a frequently reported export error and an incompatibility with PHP 5.0.5. The upgrade should be available for most of you from your Dashboard. If you don’t see the announcement, go to Dashboard/Updates. If you encounter any trouble with the automated updater, try deactivating your plugins before reinitiating the update. As is accustomed with Murphy and his fabled law, a manual upgrade many be required, but it shouldn’t take too long. If you need help, please submit your request to the WordPress Support Forums.

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WordPress 3.0 Twenty Ten Theme Updated

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Just in case you missed it the default theme in WordPress 3.0 has been updated to version 1.1.  If your running WordPress 3.0 you should find an update indicator in your admin panel under Dashboard > Updates. So when I saw this update a couple of days ago I went off in search of what was updated.  Unfortunately there is not a changelog in the WordPress.org Themes Directory and a quick search did not yield very much at that time. However, today when I made that same search I finally got some results and although it is not a changelog with a detailed listing of what has been updated it is from one of the WordPress Devs, Andrew Nacin and appears in the WordPress Support Themes and Templates forum: Hey all – The only real change is that I removed the half-baked code using the wp_title hook in order to […]

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