Meet the Bitnami Team: Sebastien Goasguen

The Bitnami team is a diverse group of talented people distributed all over the world. Get to know them better through this series of blog posts. Sebastien Goasguen is our Senior Director of Cloud Technologies and an avid outdoor sports enthusiast. Sebastien and his family enjoying a visit to Camp Nou A brief bio:  I am not a freshman anymore so I have done a few things. I spent a long time in academia, not only getting a Ph-D (2001), but after that I stuck around and only left in 2012 ... Read more

May 25, 2017

Introducing ksonnet, an Open Source configuration experience for Kubernetes

We are pleased to announce ksonnet today, an open source tool for configuring applications running on Kubernetes clusters that we have built in collaboration with our friends from Box, Microsoft and Heptio. Bitnami's mission is to make awesome software available to everyone. We originally started providing easy to use native installers for popular open source server software. We've quickly expanded into providing virtual machines, cloud images and, more recently, containers. Kubernetes ha... Read more

May 24, 2017

Security Release: Joomla! 3.7.1

A critical SQL Injection vulnerability for Joomla! has been recently identified within version 3.7.0.  Joomla! version 3.7.1 is now published and available to address this vulnerability and other bug fixes.  You can find more information in regards to version 3.7.1 and the security vulnerability within version 3.7.0 in this Joomla! blog post. The Joomla! team strongly encourages users to update their Joomla! site(s) to the version 3.7.1.  Bitnami has released Bitnami Joomla! 3.7.1 installer... Read more

May 18, 2017

Newly Released Open edX Ficus Now Available in Bitnami

We are happy to announce the release of Ficus, the latest version of the popular Open edX online learning platform. Conceived by edX, a nonprofit online learning destination founded by Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University, Open edX is the chosen online learning solution for a wide variety of educational institutions, non-profits, and corporate training departments. Bitnami’s Open edX package contains everything you need to run online learning courses out of the box. So... Read more

May 10, 2017

WordPress security issue: Unauthenticated Remote Code Execution (RCE)

A critical security WordPress vulnerability was recently published. The Remote Code Execution PoC exploit described in this advisory is based on version 4.6. However, other versions of WordPress prior to 4.7.1 may also be affected. The WordPress team strongly encourages their users to update their Wordpress site(s) to the most recent version: 4.7.4.  If you already have a running version of Bitnami WordPress, the application can be updated from the admin panel. Note that the Automatic Back... Read more

May 4, 2017

Security Release: Jenkins 2.57/2.46.2

The Jenkins project has released a new version that fixes multiple Cross-Site Request Forgery vulnerabilities, along with an unauthenticated remote code execution vulnerability & an impersonation issue. It is strongly suggested that you update your Jenkins installations to the latest version. You can follow our documentation to learn how to upgrade your application. If you are using the Bitnami Jenkins Docker container image, please follow the documentation in our GitHub repository. Y... Read more

April 28, 2017

Drupal Security Issue SA-CORE-2017-002

Drupal’s core security team has discovered a new critical security vulnerability in the RESTful Web Services (rest) module, SA-CORE-2017-002. This module is not enabled by default in the Bitnami Drupal application. If you do not use the RESTful Web Services module, you do not need to take any action. If you have the RESTful Web Services module enabled, your Drupal application is affected if all of the following conditions are met: The version of the application is prior to 8.3.1 (Drupal... Read more

April 20, 2017

Drupal Security Issue SA-CONTRIB-2017-38

A new critical security vulnerability in the References module has been discovered by Drupal's core security team as SA-CONTRIB-2017-38. Although this module is no longer maintained, it is currently used within over 120,000 installations. If you use the References module, it is advised to uninstall it. In order to maintain equivalent functionality, it is recommended to try the Entity Reference module. If you do not use the References module, you do not need to take any action. The References... Read more

April 18, 2017

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