Drupal 7.37 released

Drupal 7.37, a maintenance release with numerous bug fixes (no security fixes), is now available for download. See the Drupal 7.37 release notes for a full listing.

Upgrading your existing Drupal 7 sites is recommended. There are no major, non-backwards-compatible features in this release. For more information about the Drupal 7.x release series, consult the Drupal 7.0 release announcement.

Security information

We have a security announcement mailing list and a history of all security advisories, as well as an RSS feed with the most recent security advisories. We strongly advise Drupal administrators to sign up for the list.

Drupal 7 includes the built-in Update Manager module, which informs you about important updates to your modules and themes.

There are no security fixes in this release of Drupal core.

Bug reports

Drupal 7.x is being maintained, so given enough bug fixes (not just bug reports), more maintenance releases will be made available, according to our monthly release cycle.

Changelog

Drupal 7.37 contains bug fixes and small API/feature improvements only. The full list of changes between the 7.36 and 7.37 releases can be found by reading the 7.37 release notes. A complete list of all changes in the stable 7.x branch can be found in the git commit log.

Update notes

See the 7.37 release notes for details on important changes in this release.

Known issues

None.

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Superfish injects ads in 4% of Google page views

Over five percent of browser visits to Google owned websites, including Google Search, are altered by computer programs that inject ads into pages. One called Superfish is responsible for a majority of those ad injections.

The findings are the result of a study by Google and researchers from the University of California at Berkeley and Santa Barbara, who analyzed over 102 million page views to Google sites between June and September last year.

Google added code to its websites that detected and reported back when ads were injected into pages by programs or browser extensions. This revealed that locally installed ad injectors interfered with 5,339,913 page views (5.2 percent of the total), impacting tens of millions of users around the world — or 5.5 percent of unique daily Internet Protocol addresses that accessed Google’s sites.

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AntiAdware Gets Rid of Bundled Crapware on Popular Download Sites

Greasemonky (Chrome/Firefox/Opera/Safari/Android): The Windows download world is in a sad state . Tons of download sites, including popular ones like Sourceforge and Adobe, bundle extra crapware with their installers. AntiAdware is a simple script that blocks these, so you don’t have to worry about getting tricked.

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AWS GovCloud (US) Update – AWS Key Management Service Now Available

The AWS Key Management Service (KMS) provides you with seamless, centralized control over your encryption keys. As I noted when we launched the service (see my post, New AWS Key Management Service, for more information), this service gives you a new option for data protection and relieves you of many of the more onerous scalability and availability issues that inevitably surface when you implement key management at enterprise scale. KMS uses Hardware Security Modules to protect the security of your keys. It is also integrated with AWS CloudTrail for centralized logging of all key usage.

AWS GovCloud (US), as you probably know, is an AWS region designed to allow U.S. government agencies (federal, state, and local), along with contractors, educational institutions, enterprises, and other U.S. customers to run regulated workloads in the cloud. AWS includes many security features and is also subject to many compliance programs. AWS GovCloud (US) allows customers to run workloads that are subject to U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMPsm), and levels 1-5 of the Department of Defense Cloud Security Model (CSM).

KMS in GovCloud (US)
Today we are making AWS Key Management Service (KMS) available in AWS GovCloud (US).  You can use it to encrypt data in your own applications and within the following AWS services, all using keys that are under your control:

  • Amazon EBS volumes.
  • Amazon S3 objects using Server-Side Encryption (SSE-KMS) or client-side encryption using the encryption client in the AWS SDKs.
  • Output from Amazon EMR clusters to S3 using the EMRFS client.

To learn more, visit the AWS Key Management Service (KMS) page. To get started in the AWS GovCloud (US) region, contact us today!

Jeff;


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GitHub and Jupyter IPython Notebooks

Communicating ideas that combine code, data and visualizations can be hard, especially if you’re trying to collaborate in realtime with your colleagues.

Whether you’re a researcher studying Wikipedia, an astronomer investigating the movements of galaxies in our cosmic neighborhood or a data-scientist at fashion retailer Stitch Fix, producing insights from data and sharing is a common challenge.

Jupyter notebooks solve this problem by making it easy to capture data-driven workflows that combine code, equations, text and visualizations and share them with others. From today Jupyter notebooks render in all their glory right here on GitHub.

Jupyter Notebook toggle

With Git Large File Storage and Jupyter notebook support, GitHub has never been a better place to version and collaborate on data-intensive workflows. With more 200,000 Jupyter notebooks already on GitHub we’re excited to level-up the GitHub-Jupyter experience.

Looking to get started? Simply commit a .ipynb file to a new or existing repository to view the rendered notebook. Alternatively if you’re looking for some inspiration then check out this incredible gallery of Jupyter notebooks.


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Go-bootstrap: Generates a lean and mean Go web project

  Get Started

# 1. Fetch go-bootstrap
go get github.com/go-bootstrap/go-bootstrap

# 2. cd to go-bootstrap
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/go-bootstrap/go-bootstrap

# 3. Generate new project
go run main.go -dir github.com/$GIT_USER/$PROJECT_NAME

# 4. Go to your project and run it.
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/$GIT_USER/$PROJECT_NAME && go run main.go


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