Technical News

Joomla 3.4.7 Released

gaatec-joomla-upgradedJoomla today released version 3.4.7 of their awardwinning platform.

Version 3.4.7 was released to address two reported security vulnerabilities and includes security hardening of the MySQLi driver to help prevent object injection attacks.

 

We have a number of customer sites on Joomla 3.x, and within a couple of hours of this release we had upgraded all affected portals accordingly.

 

More info on this release on: http://tinyurl.com/ouehh7o

 

Joomla 3.4.6 Released

gaatec-joomla-upgradedJoomla yesterday released version 3.4.6 of their awardwinning platform.

This was a very important securityfix, and it was therefore outmost important to get this adressed asap.

 

We have a number of customer sites on Joomla 3.x, and within a couple of hours of this release we had upgraded all affected portals accordingly.

 

More info on this release on: http://tinyurl.com/nrp6dlz

 

Joomla 3.4.5 Released

gaatec-joomla-upgradedJoomla today released version 3.4.5 of their awardwinning platform.

 

This was an important securityrelease.

 

We have a number of customer sites on Joomla 3.x, and within 2,5 hours of this release we had upgraded all affected portals accordingly.

 

More info on this release on: http://tinyurl.com/nv9ltss

 

Joomla 3.4.4 Released

gaatec-joomla-upgradedJoomla recently released version 3.4.4 of their awardwinning platform.

 

We have a number of customer sites on Joomla 3.x, and within hours of this release we had upgraded all affected portals accordingly.

 

More info on this release on: http://tinyurl.com/nau7zqv

 

Change of Sitemap Component

osmap logoSince we started developing websites using Joomla!, we have used the Xmap extension as the desired sitemap component for all our sites. As Xmap however now has become obsolete, we had to replace this excellent extension.

 

We chose to go for OSMap (https://www.alledia.com/extensions/osmap/) which is a continuation of Xmap.

 

We have now finalised this migration on all our sites and listed all new XML sitemaps with Google and Bing/Yahoo search engines respectively.