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Vanilla 1.1.1 Released

MarkMark Vanilla Staff
edited March 2007 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
http://lussumo.com/swell/146/Vanilla-111-Released/

After discovering one more small hole where a CSRF attack could take place in Vanilla, I patched the core and released Version 1.1.1. If you are one of the 290 people who already upgraded to Vanilla 1.1, I have explained how to upgrade to Vanilla 1.1.1 here. It's really really really easy, I promise.

For everyone else who didn't upgrade yet...

Where can I get it?

http://getvanilla.com

What is included in this release?

Details can be found here: http://lussumo.com/swell/144/Vanilla-11-Released/

How do I upgrade from my current version of Vanilla?

Read the instructions here: http://lussumo.com/upgrade/

I don't feel like upgrading. Why should I?

If for no other reason, upgrade because there is an important security patch in this release that prevents an attacker from becoming an administrator on your board. If you want a cool reason, it's super fun to watch the update checker look for extension updates. If you want a usability reason, it's way easier to approve a bunch of applicants at once in the new version.

I installed it and I'm having problems. What should I do?

There is a 90% chance you will find the answer you are looking for if you search this forum.
If you can't find an answer for your problem, start a new discussion here on this forum.

Good luck and thanks for your continued support!

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    u will tell us which 7 files were changed so we can just copy those
    right
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    Yup Schizo, that's exactly what the man said.

    Posted: Tuesday, 6 March 2007 at 9:16AM (AEDT)

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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    ... and I was so looking forward to having a release without minor revision numbers. Dammit.
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