WordPress update: Version 2.2.3 released with Security Fix

by Michael Sheehan on September 10, 2007

in General, Open Source, Security, Software

Just updated my blog with WordPress version 2.2.3 (haven’t taken the plunge with the beta version 2.3 yet but I am working on a new theme). The 2.2.3 version is just a security release that they recommend people upgrade to, especially regarding two high-priority bugs. The following bugs were closed:

  • 3002 – On Windows machines register_activation_hook() does not work if plugin is in a subfolder of the plugins dir westi defect normal Administration 2.0.4
  • 3875 – Proposal for a new plugin architecture ryan defect normal Optimization 2.1.1
  • 3996 – MAGPIE_USER_AGENT lack of wp version westi enhancement normal Template 2.1.2
  • 4624 – Don’t return GMT date/time in XML-RPC, breaks some clients. anonymous defect normal Administration 2.2.2
  • 4729 – WordPress Admin RTL files Bug Fix anonymous defect normal Administration 2.2.2
  • 4770 – Fix mt_allow_pings in metaWeblog.newPost (XML-RPC) anonymous defect normal Administration 
  • 4775 – Corrected indentation in wp-mail.php anonymous defect normal General 2.2.2
  • 4704 – Invalid RSS2 Comments Feed anonymous defect high Administration 2.2.1
  • 4720 – Users without unfiltered_html capability can post arbitrary html anonymous defect high Security 2.2.2

HTD Says: Bugs 4704 and 4720 are listed as High Priority. Be sure to update!

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