Announcing Silverstripe CMS 4.7!
We’re bringing in the new year with the recently released Silverstripe CMS 4.7. This release focuses on an improved view for Content Managers to track where files are being used in your project. Highlights for Developers include PHP 8 support, the ability to trigger actions from the toast notification component, plus a wide range of house-keeping improvements and fixes.
At SilverStripe, we have a well defined security release process that helps keep SilverStripe projects secure. We’re taking the opportunity to align our process with the open source community, as well as re-defining how we handle security fixes in for “Limited Support” release lines.read
SilverStripe has recently become aware of a security vulnerability affecting the majority of SilverStripe sites on 3.x and 4.x release lines.read
Breached passwords not only pose a threat to personal information but can give attackers the keys to your site. But how do you know if a password has been breached? SilverStripe Developer and security buff Simon Erkelens has answers in November’s Module of the Month, Have I Been Pwned?read
To help keep your server secure, it’s a good idea to scan for viruses on uploaded files. This is when Steamed Clams comes in handy – this module scans for viruses in files you upload, or files already uploaded.read
We’re pleased to announce that HTTPS support is now available for all stack sizes in SilverStripe Platform, and for sites using Stack Share.read
With our latest release, you can now trial SilverStripe Platform, for free, for 14 days.read
SilverStripe version 3.1.12 stable has been released today, you can get a copy from our... read
We've recently put out two new release candidates for users to try out: 3.0.11-rc1 and 3.1.5-rc1. read
Update 9 April 2014: Stable version of 3.1.4 and 3.0.10 are now avilable from our downloads. read
We're pleased to announce SilverStripe 2.4.5, as an update to the 2.4 codebase. read