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... them I've done a little bit over at Watchful (though nothing exciting with regards to security, unfortunately). I've been put through absolute hell dealing with the highest ups and the lowest downs that ...
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2013 review Please! or perhaps a paid ebook on security What's worse than no-wit is half-wit - a common occurence with many devs, hosts, project managers etc. We need a security authority figure to ...
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*PEtitioner for Security Test / Extension Review 2013 Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaseeeeee do another one of these! You are obviously renowned for this article Jeff so why not consider doing it annually/biannually? ...
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Thank you, great write-up, if rather dated information (Joomla! 1.5.18 is pretty ancient history, now). As the previous commenters noted, a current review of the Security Extensions would be quite va ...
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Hi Jeff, I'm planning to put one secure extension in my online store website. I don't know which one should I choose between RSFirewall! and Security Suite by OSE. In Security Suite, they wrote can ...
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Hi Jeff, Excellent topic that I ever read. I hope you can make new testing for 2012. I agree with Fabio Perri's comment. Looking forward to your new article of " 2012 Joomla! Security exension comparison ...
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Good work Jeff. Luckily, there are about ten times as many unaffected Joomla! websites as there are affected. But that still leaves at least 180,000 websites that are vulnerable to this security ...
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I appreciate your effort, i understand the very important security issue. I have upgraded my 1.6 and 1.7 joomla versions. But i hope you can unpublish this tutorial, i think is ver soon . Not all joomla ...
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Obviously Tijn has never heard the phrase "don't shoot the messenger". Let's be clear about this, the vulnerability is Joomla's responsibility, not Jeff's. As a member of the project, and the security ...
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Hi Mr. Jeff this "2010 Joomla! Security Extension Comparison" is the best article i ever read on this topic. We would be grateful if you could make all new tests for the 2012. From 2010 to 2012 are ...
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We currently lock down our client's Joomla websites at http://greenixhosting.com with a mix of RSFirewall (paid) Admin Tools (free) and GuardXT from OSE's security suite. With this mix, in addition ...
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Hey, I was wondering if this test is going to be repeated soon? I am on the fence between RSFirewall and OSE Security Suite. Thanks. ...
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Thanx ! Total novice here, but am sensitive regarding security. Setting up a Joomla! site soon. BTW, where might I get a cool wavy captcha like you're using here in your comments section? ...
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Back in February, I reported an issue with TinyMCE to the Joomla! Security Strike Team. Since then, they "fixed" it in 1.6.1, but failed to do so for 1.5.23. Joomla! 1.5.x ships with a script that is supposed ...
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Great post Jeff. Any idea how mod_security would have done on these tests? It seems kind of redundant to run one of these tools if mod_security is already running. ...
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Now that 1.6.1 is officially released, I figured I'd go ahead and publish a few of the "sensitive" bugs I found in 1.6.0. So without further ado... Persistent XSS http://developer.joomla.org/security/news/331-20110204-core-xss-vulnerabilities Log ...
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... Early versions of NinjaSecurity seemed to flag almost any kind of input, and later versions don't catch anything. ...
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... this, I've decided to go ahead and publish the email exchange... in all it's brevity. Some headers removed. -------- Original Message -------- Return-path: <security@joomla.org> Envelope-to: ...
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Although this project is still in the alpha version has helped me a lot with security issues on my website, I hope this project continues to grow because Joomla needs a open source and powerful security ...
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Thanks for doing this research. I hope it instigates more competition and interest in security related extensions and best practices for site owners. The lack of automated internal updates for most extensions ...
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