Recently several community users websites have been hacked, from what we can tell this is not due to PHPFusion Core exploits but due to infusions/mods that have exploits. Doing a bit of research we have found that the following website has some of them listed. If you use any infusions/mods other than official infusions from staff please make sure you review this list and either disable or update the affected infusions/mods. http://www.milw0rm.com/related.php?program=PHPFusion Cheers
Along with the release of the helpdesk system we are proud to announce the release of the Mantis Bug Tracking system. This system will allow users to report bugs, ask for feature requests which can be denied, accepted and allocated to certain version numbers like a roadmap. The only major downfall to a system like this is with the vast majority of users that we do have in the community duplicate bug reports are going to happen. What I ask from the community is simple, before posting your bug or feature request please search the system for it before and simply add your notes and information to the currently existing bug report. This will make it much easier for the dev crew to analyze issues. We dont want to be spending our time marking duplicate bug reports and closing them. So without further adue: http://mantis.php-fusion.co.uk/dev/ Update: Apparently its one of the Dev Staff's birthday... Happy Birthday to Wooya!