We are pleased to announce the availability of glFusion v1.5.1. This release continues to fine tune glFusion, providing several minor bug fixes to our last major release. We also added a new enhancement, increasing the size of the story and static page IDs from 40 characters to 128.
For our users who are already running glFusion v1.5.0, we are providing incremental archives which only contain the files changed from v1.5.0. For folks running an older version of glFusion, you will need to use the full distribution archive. For both the incremental and full distributions, once the files have been copied to your server, run the Upgrade Wizard. We hope you enjoy this new release!
We have released several plugin and theme updates to support glFusion v1.5.0. Check out the Download Area for the latest releases. The following updates have been released; DocuWiki Plugin v3.0.0, Chameleon Theme v3.0.0, Private Message Plugin v2.0.0, GUS Plugin v2.2.0, and the UIKIT Framework Base Theme v1.0.0.
Our frequent visitors will notice that glFusion.org has a new look. As we prepare for the upcoming glFusion v1.5.0 release, I generally update glfusion.org with the latest code prior to release as a final step in ensuring everything is working as it should. I took this opportunity to also refresh the look of glfusion.org by creating a new theme based on the UIKIT Framework. I hope everyone enjoys the new look and layout. Continue reading for more details on the upcoming release / theme.
A Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability has been found the File Management plugin used by the CKEditor in glFusion. XSS enables attackers to inject client-side script into Web pages viewed by other users. The issue was found by Mohammad Sikkandar Sha.