Open source popularity only leads to stronger security, not the other way
around. Overall security is only as good generally as the weakest/poorest
coded module in your cms.
Southern Digital Solutions LLC - Atlanta, Georgia
On Apr 25, 2011, at 10:39 AM, "felipe" <felipe_ing@...> wrote:
Thanks a lot for the responses, I spend some time reading and studying the
websites, but now I have a new question, the joomla applications is prone or
weak to attacks as it is so popular and a lot of people knows how to use it?
I�m wrong? the software applications to websites based on joomnla are
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Andrew" <conanthedestroya222@...>
> As Bj�rn said, have a crack at Joomla which is always updated and perhaps
purchase Estate Agent Improved http://www.eaimproved.eu.
> I once took the free Open-Realty route and at first it was fun and looked
promising but it was really difficult to get any answers to questions on the
forum plus you have no idea when anything will be updated.
> Not sure what the options are now for the 'listing pages' in EAImproved
but you will always have the option to add an image/text link within the
Property description section to open a self contained 360 degree tour in a
new window. That way you can just stick with using the regular xml/html and
not have to mess around with porting the tours into Joomla/EAImproved.
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