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DNN Guestbook 3.0 Released

03 Feb

I am proud to announce the release of DNN Guestbook 03.00.00.  This release of the DNN Guestbook marks a large improvement in security and functionality, it is strongly recommended that all users of the DNN Guestbook prior to version 03.00.00 upgrade to this version as soon as possible due to the improved module security.  Remember best practices include testing of the upgrade before applying it to a production site.

Below is a detailed listing of new and improved features with this release.

  • Migration to the C# WAP development model to allow for better code management
  • Improved module security methods to secure against injection attacks
  • Addition of a module configuration to deny posting rights to un-authenticated users
  • Addition of a module configuration to include a Captcha as a required input field
  • Addition of configuration options to make the following fields hidden (Email, Location, Rating, Website).  Each is a simple checkbox to toggle on and off
  • Addition of a configuration option to allow e-mail notifications to be sent after a guestbook entry has been received.

For full information on the DNN Guestbook 03.00.00 module please visit the product information page.

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