Overall uptime for the month of July 2015 was 99.995%. 22 of 25 servers had 100% uptime.
WordPress has released version 4.2.3. This is a critical security release for all previous version and we urge you to update as soon as possible. If you are on a current release of WordPress your site should automatically update, but it is important to check.
Overall uptime for the month of June 2015 was 99.948%. 13 of 26 servers had 100% uptime.
The Drupal Security Team has released upgrades to Drupal 6/7 to fix various security vulnerabilities. There is one critical issue and three less critical issues. Full details can be found on the Drupal web site.
An Object Injection Vulnerability has been discovered in the WooCommerce WordPress plugin by Sucuri. Web sites are only vulnerable if you use WordPress, WooCommerce and you have the “PayPal Identify Token” option set.
Overall uptime for the month of May 2015 was 99.990%. 20 of 26 servers had 100% uptime.
WordPress version 4.2.2 has been released and addresses two critical security issues. The release also contains 13 bug fixes. We urge all customers to update as soon as possible.
Overall uptime for the month of April 2015 was 99.895%. 14 of 26 servers had 100% uptime.
Earlier today we posted about a critical XSS vulnerability in WordPress. WordPress 4.2.1 has been released to address these issues. We urge all customers to update as soon as possible.
A critical crosss site script (xss) bug has been found in WordPress. As of this posting there is no know patch. This post at Securi gives you the details. The ‘short’ version is that it affects comments. We’d suggest disabling comments in WordPress until a patch is issued.