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Poor deployment of security patches by administrators and the growing popularity of programs like phpBB are to blame, Netcraft said.
On Jan. 30, a bulletin board run by chip maker AMD was compromised by hackers and was used to distribute malicious code.
Those who visited the site, forums.amd.com, were prompted to download a file that exploited a recently patched vulnerability in Windows code used to process WMF (Windows Meta File) format image files, according to anti-virus firm F-Secure Inc. in Helsinki.
So can we buy BestBBS v3.39
I'm sure this is one of the reasons you can't buy it.
In fact, if it were my software, I wouldn't sell it for this very reason.
Part of the problem with security is having your software on someone elses PC, where, in a local setting, exploits can be more easily uncovered.
I'm sure this is one of the reasons you can't buy it ... Part of the problem with security is having your software on someone elses PC
If the issue is purely security, then I choose phpBB2. It has been hacked that often that it is the most tested, the most secure.