[chandler-dev] restoration of spamjacked entry, rollback of database for WordPress (was: Chandler Project Blog: Fatal error)
G.J.Perrin at bton.ac.uk
Sun May 24 04:44:59 PDT 2009
Jared Rhine wrote:
>> … showing up blank.
> Actually, it was spamjacked. View source on that posting; bleah …
I found a cached copy of a copy of the original content of that jacked post,
a .webarchive is attached to
<https://bugzilla.osafoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=12823>. HTML pasted to
Recent <http://blog.chandlerproject.org/feed/> and
<http://blog.chandlerproject.org/comments/feed/> — and a broader but
superficial browse, month by month, through the blog — suggest that only the
one entry was jacked … but I can't be sure of that.
Maybe we should roll the database to a recent backup, is that possible?
> I've always considered wordpress a security risk; their track record is
> not good. Packages with lots of security holes in the past are likely to
> have lots of security holes in the future. TWiki is in the same category.
At <http://n2.nabble.com/-tp1658556p1658556.html> I'm toying with the future
notion of Plone for multi-lingual wiki content. Plone should be equally good
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