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Sunday, December 23, 2007

Merry Xmas

and a Happy New Year from FlatPress.

Take a rest, and enjoy your holidays :)

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Croatian Translation

Get it from the wiki

Thank you, cvik!

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Internet connection blues

I’m having some problems with my ISP in these days (I’ll tell you the whole story maybe, once I’m back), so I won’t probably be as fast as usual to answer your questions on your forum and by mail; I hope I’ll be back soon :/

bye

Monday, November 26, 2007

Polish lang pack (incomplete)

MichaƂ Kostrzewa has provided us with a lang pack for Polish; he decided he didn’t want to continue the work, so the package is incomplete and it’s not utf-8 (as it should)

If you’re willing to help, it’s on the wiki

FP (not) Hacked

update update! No worries! as I was saying, my bad. A little /test.php slipped into the final 0.703.x release (since which one? who knows) right in the release package. Just blast it away and you’re hopefully safe.

Totally crapped my pants today.

Hat tip to mr. l33t h4×0rz.

I’ve updated the package on SourceForge.

As a file is supposed to be deleted, anyway, just overwriting the file won’t work, you know. FTP to your site and delete test.php.

Have a nice day

Tonight an attacker managed to hack into some of your blogs.

Good time, just now that I’m very worried about an exam. Thank you, you nice guy, for not even contacting me before trying to hack around.

At least mr. l33t h4×0rz didn’t delete anything, but I can’t be 100% sure he can’t.

The attack consisted in posting a few ‘test’ entries.

My suggestion is to do a backup, just in case, and maybe reinstall with a new password (remember: overwrite using the same userid), even though I think he didn’t gain full access to the panel but he found some kind of backdoor I’m not aware of.

In the end, I’m making a plea to him, all kudos to you for finding such a bug (which probably consists in some foolery on my side), but please contact me soon, so that I can release a patch (and be back to study for my Software Engineering exam)

Thank you so much,
signed: a very worried dev