In April 2014, many Drupal sites experienced a widespread due to a vulnerability that was discovered with the content management system — nicknamed ‘Drupalgeddon’.
Every site administrator is all-too-familiar with the nuisance that are spam bots. Typically, spam bots will flood your website or blog with unsolicited comments and user registrations, which can be troublesome and time-consuming to remove.
Welcome to the third post in our Drupalgeddon 2 series!
Welcome to the second post in our Drupalgeddon 2 series!
It's being nicknamed 'Drupalgeddon', could have potentially affected up to 1.6 million websites, and is described as 'being exploited in the wild'.
In light of the recent Drupal vulnerabilities, "millions of websites" could have been potentially compromised.
Drupal is a beast of a CMS. Its framework and backend architecture are solid, well-tested, and completely water tight.
We recently received an enquiry from a Drupal customer of ours asking for our opinion as to why there is such a distinct difference between the drag-and-drop page builder offerings available for WordPress versus Drupal, and whether this was to do with an API limitation of Drupal.