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Revision as of 00:47, 29 October 2012 by Phild
I have reverted your changes. With all due respect enzsure that before you alter anything protected you should read and observe the comments on the talk pages namely
Talk:Vulnerable Extensions List
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All questions should be addressed to the vel @ joomla.org email address (without the spaces)
Only known users to edit anything previously agreed items on this page.
In response to youre previous message - not sure why you added on my talk page but still Beyond the cut and paste of previous editors comments. Please ask Chris Davenport for the history on this document, and if you have any concerns or questions contact the vel team as detailed to do on the vel talk page.
- I posted on your talk page, because I have no way of knowing if you are watching my talk page for replies without certain installed Mediawiki extensions. Will PM you and Phil on the forum. Tom Hutchison (talk) 16:04, 22 October 2012 (CDT)
- Phil already reverted the mis-spelling, the categorisation of the page stands as is and will. Since it was for enhancement suggestions, I didn't realise the clock was ticking. I have been trying to research everything, because I wanted to address all concerns with solutions. At this point, I am probably just wasting my time and effort. Tom Hutchison (talk) 14:27, 27 October 2012 (CDT)
Security checklist 7
in reference to history entry for the checklist 7, 16:44, 13 October 2012 - (Removed protection from "Security Checklist/You have been hacked or defaced": hmm, don't know why this was protected, error - reset to all edit)
The checklist was protected as incorrect and sometimes potentially damaging edits were being made mainly to the Chmod and Cron section shell scripts of the page.
This goes back to a few pages are protected for a reason. The reason in this case for the safety of the end users site. While I would suggest this page remain protected from regular editing for reasons outlined above, Though I would feel better if the page was again protected, I will let it stay as unprotected for now unless another incident of changing or modifying the shell scripts occurs which would potentially damage or delete someones site if the modified script(s) are used before the changes can be rolled back.