User Experience (UX) is one of the most important parts of web design. In fact, it is increasingly becoming a differentiator that companies are leaning into.
We patch and update stuff all the time behind the scenes for our Concrete CMS Hosting clients without blogging about it. However, there is a lot of publicity about PWNKIT CVE-2021-4034, a major Linux vulnerability so hot off the presses that the CVE is still in “reserved” status. This vulnerability allows basic users to gain root access. Hence, we are writing to let you know that we have implemented the suggested mitigation for all our servers and have tested to verify that the mitigation works.
We listened! Concrete CMS now has a Configuration Best Practices documentation page which provides a checklist to help you make sure that your Concrete site is secure!
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Update Dec 28, 2021. We are aware of CVE-2021-44832 and are continuing to patch any systems that include log4j updated as patches become available.
Update Dec 20 2021: We are keeping any systems that include log4j updated as patches become available additional CVEs related to Log4j. This blog relates to the original Apache Log4j CVE-2021-44228. We are aware of CVE-2021-45105 and have applied all available mitigations and updates.
Dec 15 2021: This blog is an update to the previous blog about Concrete and the Log4j vulnerability posted Dec 13.
Although Google never confirms them all in detail, it’s estimated that there are over 200 SEO ranking factors. From content to backlinks and site speed to mobile optimization, SEO marketers have a myriad of facets to take into account.
Update Dec 28, 2021. We are aware of CVE-2021-44832 and are continuing to patch any systems that include log4j updated as patches become available
Update Dec 20, 2021: We are keeping any systems that include log4j updated as patches become available for additional CVEs related to Log4j. This blog relates to the original Apache Log4j CVE-2021-44228. We posted a blog about follow on vulnerability CVE 2021-45046. We are aware of CVE-2021-45105 and have applied all available mitigations and updates. We are remaining vigilant.
On December 9, 2021 a serious vulnerability in the Java-based logging package Log4j was publicly disclosed. In broad strokes, this vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228) allows an attacker to execute code on a remote server, it’s a pretty big deal.
It's no secret that selecting the correct content management system (CMS) is crucial to increasing your revenue and keeping current. Even still, according to W3 Techs, 40% of websites aren't utilizing a known CMS, and while not every business requires a CMS, most companies aiming to scale will eventually require one.
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Portland, Oregon November 19, 2021—Concrete CMS announced today it was named a Category Leader for Enterprise Content Management software by GetApp. Category Leaders are designed to help small businesses evaluate which software products may be right for them.