TIBCO JasperReports 6.4.2 security release

TIBCO JasperReports has recently been updated to fix two security vulnerabilities in the application. Versions 6.4.0, 6.3.2, 6.3.1, 6.3.0 and 6.2.3 and below contain a vulnerability which may allow a subset of authorized users to perform persistent cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks. Version 6.4.0 is also affected by a vulnerability which fails to prevent remote access to the contents of the web application, including key configuration files. More information about these security issues c... Read more

November 16, 2017

WordPress 4.9 is now available on Bitnami

WordPress, the most popular open source CMS has just released the “best release ever” in their own words (188 enhancements and new features has been added). And now, WordPress 4.9 is available in the Bitnami catalogue.  Launch a WordPress server Now Here are some of the most remarkable new features and enhancements included in this WordPress version: New widgets and improvements In addition to the new media widgets included in the prior version, version 4.9 also includes a Gallery... Read more

November 16, 2017

Roundcube 1.3.3 security release

The RoundCube project has recently discovered a file disclosure vulnerability in Roundcube Webmail. Apparently this zero-day exploit is already being used by hackers to read Roundcube’s configuration files. It requires a valid username/password as the exploit only works with a valid session. More details will be published soon under CVE-2017-16651. RoundCube versions 1.1.x are affected by this vulnerability. However, versions 1.0.x, that are not affected by it, have been patched with the sam... Read more

November 10, 2017

Announcing Bitnami WordPress Multi-tier with Amazon Aurora

Bitnami is the leading publisher of free and open source software in the AWS Marketplace, the online store where AWS users can find thousands of software titles to run in their cloud accounts. Our mission is to make awesome software available to everyone, everywhere by publishing fully configured, secure, and up-to-date applications and development stacks. In keeping with that goal, we are proud to announce our new WordPress Multi-tier with Amazon Aurora, now available in AWS Marketplace!Usin... Read more

November 9, 2017

Security Release: CouchDB 2.1.1

The CouchDB project has just announced the immediate availability of a new version that fixes multiple critical security vulnerabilities. The detailed description of those security vulnerabilities will not be published until November 14th, but updating the server is mandatory. It is highly recommended that you update your CouchDB server to 2.1.1. Apart from those vulnerabilities, the new version includes several improvements. More information about these improvements can be found in the off... Read more

November 9, 2017

Introducing Bitnami Kubernetes Sandbox- A Complete Kubernetes Environment - Prepackaged and Ready-to-Run in the Cloud

At Bitnami, some of the most popular applications we package are developer tools and infrastructure tools. And if you follow Bitnami at all you are aware of the investments we’re making in Kubernetes, from the acquisition of Skippbox to developing and launching our own projects and our ongoing collaborations with other Kubernetes thought leaders. (We’re even doing joint Kubernetes training sessions with the team from Google.) Put those two together and you’ll see why the most recent additi... Read more

November 2, 2017

Meet the Bitnami Team: Brad Bock

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. Brad is the Program Manager for Cloud Partnerships on the Business Development team, and works from our San Francisco office. A brief bio I come from Southern California, where I grew up obsessed with reading, playing music, and trying to figure out how things like small engines and radios worked by taking them apart and (sometimes successfull... Read more

October 5, 2017

Bitnami User Survey Part 3: Containers Orchestration War or Peace?

We’ve all seen the many articles and blogs about container orchestration wars. Is that a vendor war? a user war? or not a war at all? I’m always interested in a good fight but I’m not sure there is one here. Our data seems to show there might not be a skirmish or even a scuffle, in fact it looks more like a peace treaty with the happy coexistence of multiple container orchestration services and solutions. In part 3 of our user survey blog series, I wanted to expand on something we dis... Read more

October 2, 2017

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