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PHP 5.3, vBulletin, and You

As of August 14th PHP 5.3 has hit its end of life date and will no longer be supported by The PHP Group. There aren't any immediate changes for vBulletin customers, but you should start to plan with this in mind. If you are starting a new vBulletin site make sure you are running a more modern version of PHP. With 5.1.3 vB supports PHP 5.6 (as well as fixing several problems with php5.5). If you are currently running a site on PHP 5.3, please start making plans to upgrade.

As for our own plans, vB5.1.3 fully supports PHP 5.3. Barring unexpected circumstances, vB5.1.4 will as well. For vB5.1.5 we will partially support PHP 5.3. The core features of the application will work, but some of the secondary features may not. This will primarily be driven by the fact that some of the libraries we use – particularly for integration work – are themselves dropping support for php5.3. At some point past vB5.1.5 we will discontinue support entirely.

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Tue, 09 Sep 2014 17:33:09 GMT

vBulletin 5.1.3 Connect is available

We're proud to announce the release of vBulletin 5.1.3. This is a maintenance release focused on resolving issues within the software. All together over 238 issues have been resolved in vBulletin 5.1.3 Connect. We've also fixed issues with PHP 5.5.X and PHP 5.6.X in this release. Most of the issues resolved deal with the internal workings of the software. However there are a few visible changes.

In addition to the pagination in the floating filter bar, many pages throughout the system have had page navigation added at the bottom of the page. This navigation is in line with the page number based navigation that customers have been asking for.
The following locations have been affected:
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AdminCP Style
The CSS applied to the AdminCP has been updated to improve readability and usability based on customer feedback. You can view screenshots here:

Customer Feedback
We're continuing to make a number of improvements to the look and feel of the software based on customer feedback. These are often small tweaks and fixes to the layout that may not be immediately apparent. In vBulletin 5.1.4, these include removing the border radius on the lower corners of the footer, adjustments to post display including a line between the signature and post content. The Page Manager in Site Builder has been renamed Channel Manager to more accurately reflect its purpose.

See the full changelog here:

Discuss this release here:

We encourage all customers to upgrade to this latest version of vBulletin. The downloaded version of the software is available now, and we will be automatically upgrading all vB Cloud customer sites to 5.1.3 over the next couple weeks.

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Mon, 08 Sep 2014 21:46:36 GMT

Security Patch Released for vBulletin 5.0.0 through 5.1.2

A series of security patches have been released for all versions of vBulletin 5 Connect. This includes vBulletin 5.0.0 through 5.1.2. This patch is integrated into vBulletin 5.1.3 Beta 2 as well. The patch is to prevent the accidental exposure of unintended information. We recommend that you upgrade to this latest security patch as soon as possible. If you are not using vBulletin 5.1.2, we recommend that you do a complete upgrade to this version.

Please note, all vBulletin cloud sites have already been patched.

You can download the patch here:

To install the patch, simply upload the files included in the Patch and overwrite the existing files on your server. There are no scripts that need to be run.

Patch Versions:
Security patch: 5.1.2 PL4
Security patch: 5.1.1 PL4
Security patch: 5.1.0 PL5
Security patch: 5.0.5 PL6
Security patch: 5.0.4 PL7
Security patch: 5.0.3 PL6
Security patch: 5.0.2 PL7
Security patch: 5.0.1 PL6
Security patch: 5.0.0 PL6

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Wed, 03 Sep 2014 22:32:40 GMT

Planned Downtime for vBulletin Cloud (Aug 14, 2014)

There is planned downtime covering all vBulletin Cloud sites on August 14th at 4:00 pm Pacific Standard Time. During this period we will be upgrading PHP and other systems for the Cloud servers. The estimated downtime should be about 30 minutes. We are sorry for any inconveniences this may cause.

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Sun, 10 Aug 2014 22:37:00 GMT

Potential Security Issue Found in vBulletin Connect 5.1.2.

An issue has been found in vBulletin 5.1.2 that could make all of your attachments public. We have created a patch for this and updated the download package. This issue only affects users that have already upgraded to 5.1.2. As this patch requires changes to the database, please read the instructions below carefully.

Installing the patch
Please follow the appropriate steps below.

If you download the patch files:
  1. Upload the files provided in the patch.
  2. Run the database update script provided by entering the URL in your browser. This script is in the /core/install folder. You would run this script from that location. Example:
  3. Delete the /core/install folder when the script has finished.
If you downloaded the entire vBulletin Connect 5.1.2 PL3 package:
  1. Upload all files located in the /upload folder, replacing the ones currently on your server.
  2. Upload fixattachpublic.php from the do_not_upload folder on your local machine to /core/admincp/ on your server.
  3. Run the database update script by entering your domain followed by /core/admincp/fixattachpublic.php into your browser. Example:
  4. When the script is finished, delete it.
If you haven't upgraded to 5.1.2, the fix is not needed. Any code changes needed will be applied when you upgrade automatically. If you do not apply this fix directly, it will be applied automatically when you upgrade to vBulletin 5.1.3.

The patch is available at

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Fri, 01 Aug 2014 00:07:25 GMT

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