You may have heard that a vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptographic library called Heartbleed or formally called CVE-2014-0160 has been disclosed and that it represents a potential security threat to a large number of websites. Using this vulnerability, malicious individuals could access sensitive information submitted by people actively visiting a website including usernames, passwords and credit card numbers. Users across the Internet should be especially aware of suspicious activity on their accounts.
We want to communicate a couple pieces of information about this news with regard to Drupal.org.
Members of the Drupal Association staff, Drupal Security Team and Drupal Infrastructure Team have reviewed Drupal.org's potential exposure to the vulnerability.
As of now, we have no indication that Drupal.org was attacked using this vulnerabililty. That said, the nature of the vulnerability makes an attack difficult to detect and we prefer to be cautious.
We have taken steps to protect users of Drupal.org, including a forced password reset for users with administrative access or access to code repositories for projects. While we have only forced the password reset for some users, we recommend that all of our users change their passwords.
We have taken the following steps to protect Drupal.org account holders:
Also, we simply want to help create awareness about the vulnerability and encourage people to review their sites for exposure. For more information, please see https://web.nvd.nist.gov/view/vuln/detail?vulnId=CVE-2014-0160
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I want insert a new product programmatically.
Then i write this code:
$node = new stdClass();
$node->type = 'product';
node_object_prepare($node); // This sets up all the default node fields so we don't accidentally leave something off.
// Copy over all the existing settings from Drupal 5.
$node->uid = 1;
$node->title = 'Prodottoprova';
// Set Ubercart variables
$node->model = "sal111111";//$_POST["CodiceArticolo"]; // the SKU is a required field, so I generated a SKU based on the node title
I have a site containing multiple items per page. If a user scrolls down and clicks to add an item to the Cart, the item's added and the page jumps back to the top. This is a nuisance as they have to scroll back down again to continue shopping.
This behaviour continues even when "Display a message when a customer adds an item to their cart" (in admin/store/settings/cart) is turned off and "Add to cart redirect" is set to "".
How can I stop the jumps?
How to add coupon codes on add order admin page ?
i need to add orders manually from backend but not able to apply coupon codes for discounts, there is only a feature to "add a line item" but not for coupon.
there should be a textbox to fill coupon code and apply button to apply it.