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    Re: vBulletins new pricing for upgrades?

    Pulled the trigger - new release is "supposed" to be out 4th Qtr 2009 (so, between now and the end of the year).

    Should be a nice upgrade for the site - thank you to all who helped shoulder the cost!!

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    Re: vBulletins new pricing for upgrades?

    Upgraded the site last night to the latest available "pre vB4.0"

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    Re: vBulletins new pricing for upgrades?

    The "Gold" version was released today. That's their "stable" supported version.

    I'm going to try and get it together by the new year, but with my kids off of school for two weeks, that might be a tall order.

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    Re: vBulletins new pricing for upgrades?

    Hmmm... Maybe I should give them a few weeks:

    An exploit in our input validation has recently been discovered. This could allow a brute force attack to comprise and spoof input data for a given user. To resolve this issue, it is necessary to release a patch level version of the active versions of vBulletin.

    The upgrade process is the same as previous patch level releases - simply download the patch from the Members Area, extract the files and upload to your webserver, overwriting the existing files. There is no upgrade script required.

    As with all security-based releases, we recommend that all customers upgrade as soon as possible in order to prevent any potential damage resulting from the flaw being exploited.

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    Re: vBulletins new pricing for upgrades?

    Yeah - I would give them a month or two.

    No rush - the site's working as is.

    Scott
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