Focusing on security and performance, ImpressCMS has released an update to their 1.3 version. This release has a major change in password encryption methods and also to some authentication methods.
The ImpressCMS Project has just released ImpressCMS 1.2.2, which is a security release. This version patches a recently discovered vulnerability in an external library, CSSTidy. The file containing the vulnerability is not used by ImpressCMS, and should be removed.
Half a year ago, I posted a video previewing the upcoming release of ImpressCMS 1.2. Unknown to me at the time was that it would take another six months before the content management system was to become finally released. According to the project developers, it's actually been 14 months since the release of ImpressCMS 1.1.
Packt Publishing announced that ImpressCMS has won the Most Promising Open Source CMS category in their 2009 Open Source CMS Award.
A video tour of the new features of ImpressCMS has been produce so you can see what is coming in the next release found via ImpressCMS.org.
New users should download the latest full version, users who already have a XOOPS or ImpressCMS site should get the latest upgrade packages. More details can be found at the project's Website.
For Immediate Release The ImpressCMS Project (http://www.impresscms.org), after an intense period of development and testing, has released ImpressCMS version 1.1 Final! This release offers a glimpse of what to expect from this new project - the list of new features is truly impressive! What ImpressCMS 1.1 Offers Some of the features introduced in this version of ImpressCMS have been on the community's wish list for a long time - Built-in content creator and manager WYSIWYG editor…