- ... Eh? 0.3.1 is the current version, so how is 0.2.2 up to date ? -- Best regards, CharlesMessage 1 of 42 , Feb 1, 2010View SourceOn 2010-02-01 4:05 PM, Stan Hoeppner wrote:
> My Roundcube package is currently up to date, and it is a standardEh? 0.3.1 is the current version, so how is 0.2.2 'up to date'?
> Debian package:
> [02:21:52][root@greer]/$ aptitude show roundcube
> Package: roundcube
> New: yes
> State: installed
> Automatically installed: no
> Version: 0.2.2-1~bpo50+1
- ... If you d have read past the first line you d have noticed I said the same thing. ;) -- StanMessage 42 of 42 , Feb 12, 2010View SourceLuKreme put forth on 2/12/2010 10:08 AM:
> On 12-Feb-2010, at 08:48, Stan Hoeppner wrote:If you'd have read past the first line you'd have noticed I said the same thing. ;)
>> Tell me about this "top-secure" aspect of Squirrelmail again. ;)
> The fact that some spammers are able to get into email accounts and send spam via squirrelmail has nothing to do with the security of squirrelmail itself. In nerely all, if not all, of these cases the account is being compromised due to having a password like "password1" or "12345678"