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CKEditor 4.4.6 security patches released

CKEditor is an open source, ready-for-use HTML text editor designed to simplify web content creation. It’s a WYSIWYG editor that brings common word processor features directly to your web pages. Enhance your website experience with our community maintained editor. The latest release CKEditor 4.4.6 is a security update to fix an XSS vulnerability in the HTML parser reported by Maco Cortes. Issue summary: It was possible to execute XSS inside CKEditor after persuading the victim to: (i) switch CKEditor to source mode, then (ii) paste a specially crafted HTML code, prepared by the attacker, into the opened CKEditor source area, and (iii) switch back to WYSIWYG mode.

LightTable 0.7.2 released

LightTable 0.7.2 recently released, is a unique kind of integrated development environment (IDE) – a reactive work surface for the creation and exploration of our programs. It allows you to have a real-time debugging of your code while typing. This means you get a real-time feedback allowing instant execution, debugging and access to documentation. The instant feedback provides an unusual execution environment intended to help developing abstractions. LightTable 0.7.2 update since v0.

Android Studio 0.9.0 released

Android Studio 0.9.0 had just been released, and this release adds support for the new version of the Android Gradle plugin, 0.14.0, also released same day. In addition to this, there are a number of bug fixes, particularly in the AVD manager (which now also provides builtin emulator skins for the Nexus devices). Please note that the new version of the IDE requires the new version of the Gradle plugin, and vice versa, so when you update your projects will fail to sync with this error message: For most users, simply clicking on the Fix hyperlink will be enough; this will update your build files to reference the new 0.

Kubuntu 14.10 flavor released

Kubuntu 14.10 is available for upgrade or install. It comes in two flavours, the stable Plasma 4 running the desktop we know from previous releases, and a tech preview of the next generation Plasma 5 for early adopters. Plasma 4 is the recommended stable offering and what you get from the default download, but is now in maintenance mode. It runs the software you are familiar with and will be getting updates and bugfixes but not new features from now on.