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  1. We are releasing a patch for IP.Board 3.4.x and IP.Nexus 1.5.x to address two potential security issues brought to our attention. It has been brought to our attention that an open redirect exists within IP.Nexus which might allow a user to redirect other users to a remote site of their choosing through IP.Nexus. Additionally, an issue has been brought to our attention where-by sensitive user data may be exposed in certain circumstances. To apply the patch Simply download the attached zip and upload the files to your server. This single zip file includes the patch files for both IP.Board as well as IP.Nexus. patch-34x-05252016.zip If you are an IPS Community in the Cloud client running IP.Board 3.4 or above, no further action is necessary as we have already automatically patched your account. If you are using a version older than IP.Board 3.4, you should contact support to upgrade. If you install or upgrade to IP.Board 3.4.9 after the date and time of this post, no further action is necessary as we have already updated the main download zips.
  2. There are no settings specific to adsense crawlers in 4.x.
  3. do you know if there is any login bridges for moodle? 

  4. Good morning.

    Maybe you can answer for this question: https://community.invisionpower.com/topic/427313-how-can-i-run-plugin-db-updates/#comment-2622710

    I can find info on this forum how I can debug updates(installation) of the plugins.

    Thanks. 

  5. Actually, once you "create" the plugin in the ACP, you can turn developer mode off and continue modifying the plugin PHP files and that takes effect without building or toggling developer mode or anything like that. The only caveat is that things like importing templates, language strings and javascript does require you to turn IN_DEV on and then "build" the plugin again and reimport it (just click to update the existing plugin). Generally speaking, it is expected you will create the plugin in a development environment with IN_DEV enabled, and then once you are finished you will export it and import it into the live site.
  6. IP.Board 3.4.x Security Update

    We are releasing a patch for IP.Board 3.4.x to address a potential cross-site scripting (XSS) issue. It has been brought to our attention that specifically crafted posted content followed by specific user actions can cause a scenario where untrusted javascript can execute. A patch is being released to address this potential issue. This download also includes a patch for an email issue previously reported to us. To apply the patch Simply download the attached zip and upload the files to your forum server. This single zip file includes the patch files for both IP.Board as well as IP.Gallery. patch_2016_1_21.zip If you are an IPS Community in the Cloud client running IP.Board 3.4 or above, no further action is necessary as we have already automatically patched your account. If you are using a version older than IP.Board 3.4, you should contact support to upgrade. If you install or upgrade to IP.Board 3.4.9 after the date and time of this post, no further action is necessary as we have already updated the main download zips. We would like to thank @newbie LAC for responsibly disclosing this issue to us.
  7. Hello, As Charlie mentioned, our software downloads require logging in to the client area first, and subsequently are not publicly available. We do not distribute open source software, after all. Subsequently, yes you cannot distribute our software (this is expressly forbidden by our license agreement). Your best bet would be to get the client to upload the zip to their server and then let your automation tools take over from there.
  8. IP.Board 3.4.9 Released

    IP.Board 3.4.9 is now available in the client area This is a maintenance release to consolidate security updates released since 3.4.8, release additional security updates, and fix some minor bugs impacting many clients. We recommend you upgrade to ensure you have all security updates in place. You can download in the client area and upgrade as normal. We would like to thank newbie LAC for responsibly reporting a potential CSRF (cross-site request forgery) issue related to warnings resolved with the release of 3.4.9. Support Notes IPS will no longer provide upgrade services for self-hosted licenses on the 3.x series. You can do the upgrade yourself (it's very easy) but our support will only do upgrades for you to IPS Community Suite 4. If you are a IPS Cloud client we will still do the upgrades for you. IP.Board 3.4.x will reach "End of Support" status soon and we strongly encourage all clients to upgrade to the 4.x Community Suite.
  9. We are releasing a patch for IP.Board 3.4.x and IP.Gallery 5.x to address a potential cross-site scripting (XSS) issue. It has been brought to our attention that specifically crafted posted content followed by specific user actions can cause a scenario where untrusted javascript can execute. A patch is being released to address this potential issue. This download also includes a patch for an email issue previously reported to us. To apply the patch Simply download the attached zip and upload the files to your forum server. This single zip file includes the patch files for both IP.Board as well as IP.Gallery. patch_12_15_15.zip If you are an IPS Community in the Cloud client running IP.Board 3.4 or above, no further action is necessary as we have already automatically patched your account. If you are using a version older than IP.Board 3.4, you should contact support to upgrade. If you install or upgrade to IP.Board 3.4.8 or IP.Gallery 5.0.5 after the date and time of this post, no further action is necessary as we have already updated the main download zips. We would like to thank @newbie LAC for responsibly disclosing this issue to us.
  10. 4.1.6

    Fixes a security issue when importing statuses from Facebook, Twitter or Google Plus. Introduces support for PayPal Billing Agreements in Commerce. Introduces new REST API for developers. Changes the behaviour of media embedding in the editor so links that can be embedded no longer need to be on their own line. General bug fixes and improvements.
  11. I don't hate the idea but I also haven't researched it yet. It's something we can probably look into, but won't likely be for the next release.
  12. 4.1.5.2

    This is a maintenance release which includes some improvements to embedded content.
  13. This was a post made 2.5 years ago and its relevance today is minimal. We will address your ticket as soon as possible.
  14. 4.1.5.1

    This is a maintenance release which resolves some issues reported since the release of 4.1.5. Specifically: Emails may not send correctly, or may send to the wrong person Some activity streams may be slow Searching tags may be slow Some applications may not be available to upgrade when you initially visit the upgrader Other general slowness may be noticed We strongly advise that all 4.1.5 clients upgrade to this release as soon as possible.
  15. 4.1.5

    This is a maintenance release to fix common issues reported in 4.1.4. Some specifics include: Memcache issues Errors when issuing a warning Errors when editing members Default sort order in containers not honored PHP error when submitting a new file in Downloads