Dec 142010
 

Nowadays, many bloggers are using WordPress platform to host their websites. I know, you just love WordPress because of its flexibility and easy to install. Besides, WordPress team is diligently to release latest security patches to all WordPress.org users to fix bugs or security issues.

upgrade wordpress 3.0.3

Currently, the latest WordPress version is 3.0.3 and previous release was WordPress 3.0.2. So, do we need to upgrade to the latest WordPress 3.0.3 or maintain as 3.0.2? Let’s find out what are the updates in both WordPress versions and only then we can decide whether need to upgrade.

WordPress 3.0.2 WordPress 3.0.3
Mandatory security update for all previous WordPress versions. It fixes a moderate security issue that could allow a malicious Author-level user to gain further access to the site, addresses a handful of bugs, and provides some additional security enhancements. -Only affect sites that have remote publishing enabled. It fixes issues in remote publishing interface, which allowed Author and Contributor level users to improperly edit, publish or delete posts.

Conclusion:

Obviously the latest WordPress version 3.0.3 is only applicable for websites that have remote publishing enabled. I do not use the remote publishing feature and never enable it. Therefore, I will still maintaining WordPress version 3.0.2. So, do you upgrade to latest WordPress version?

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