Coppermine – Security Release (1.4.26) – Upgrade Mandatory

Dear users,

if you utilize Coppermine Gallery, do upgrade it to the 1.4.26 version as soon as possible otherwise your gallery may be hacked. Older versions of the scripts have a lot of bugs which is why hackers are able to get access to the Coppermine and hack databases.

If you upgraded your gallery to 1.4.26 but your version of the Stramm is 1.4.24, you are still vulnerable to hacking. The newer version of Stramm is available so do upgrade right now.

You should also make a backup of all your databases. If you cannot upgrade your gallery on your own, please contact us and we will do it for you.


Coppermine Security Release – Upgrade Mandatory

All users are kindly asked to upgrade their Coppermine galleries due to their recently discovered vulnerability. The Coppermine development team has released a security update for Coppermine and the upgrade to 1.4.23 version is mandatory to all users. If you are not able to upgrade a gallery on your own, please contact the support staff at flaunt.nu@gmail.com and we shall do it for you.

Click here to read more about this upgrade.


Mandatory Stramm Upgrade

The newest version of Stramm (an addition to the Coppermine gallery) has been finally released and all users are kindly asked to upgrade it. This plugin can be downloaded here.


Mandatory Coppermine Upgrade

All users are kindly asked to upgrade their Coppermine galleries due to their recently discovered vulnerability to being hacked. The Coppermine development team has released a security update for Coppermine and the upgrade to 1.4.21 version is mandatory to all users. If you are not able to upgrade a gallery on your own, please contact the support staff at flaunt.nu@gmail.com and we shall do it for you.

Click here to read more about this upgrade.


Image Magick

Image Magick was successfully tested on all Flaunt’s servers and it can be employed from now on by users. In order to set it in Coppermine, enter the configuration of your gallery and do the following:

1. Choose “Files and thumbnails advanced settings.”
2. Find “Method for resizing images.”
3. Choose Image Magick.
4. Type “/usr/bin/” “when it says Path to ImageMagick ‘convert’ utility (example /usr/bin/X11/).”

Omit quotation marks (” “), of course. In case of questions, email us.


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