Foswiki is wiki software, supporting the editing of Web pages in an ordinary Web browser by end users. What makes Foswiki special is that it supports the embedding of active and passive macros that enhance the page content (e.g. with global or dynamic information) and allow end-users to build applications that store and process data in a structured manner.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Perl Modules Documentation Bug Tracking Office/Business Scheduling groupware Internet Web Dynamic Content Wiki Information Management education Computer Aided Instruction (CAI) Text Processing Markup Content Management System|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release includes 44 bugfixes and 4 enhancements relative to 1.1.8. It ships with JQuery 2.x, the fastest, lightest JQuery, for an improved user experience. This release includes several critical fixes for performance and security. It resolves two important performance issues, accumulation of CSS by TablePlugin, and a major memory leak for certain search strings. Security fixes include better URL sanitization, restrictions on the use of the username/password query strings for login, and better protection of hidden topics from the TOPICLIST macro.
Release Notes: This is a security release with further fixes to the Locale::Maketext vulnerability, reported in CVE-2013-1666. It contains a small number of additional fixes, including one for improved SSL Email support.
Release Notes: A critical security vulnerability was fixed. All previous releases of Foswiki that have not been patched are vulnerable to a security issue in Locale::Maketext, described in CVE-2012-6329 and CVE-2012-6330. In total there were 20 bugfixes and four improvements relative. The WYSIWYG editor improves handling of WikiWord links, and the default font has been restored to the attributes from 1.1.5. Support for SSL accelerators and load balancers was improved.
Release Notes: This release fixes some important issues, including some minor security related issues. It contains 94 fixes and 27 enhancements. For users, TinyMCE has been updated to release 3.4.9, and markup within input fields is no longer rendered. For administrators, duplicate email checks are applied to pending registrations, stale pending registrations are removed, configure makes a backup before saving configuration changes, and some performance problems with renaming and log rotation have been addressed.
Release Notes: This is a security focused release. It has more than 120 fixes and enhancements relative to 1.1.4. For users, the TinyMCE Editor is upgraded from 3.3.8 to 3.4.6, registration errors are now returned to users in their selected language, and there are new SpreadSheetPlugin operators: FLOOR and CEILING. For administrators, the default encoding for .htpasswd has changed and the the password encoding AutoDetect option is enabled by default. There is improved session support for mixed HTTP and HTTPS environments, and the Configure and admin password uses stronger encoding.