11 Jan '13, 10pm

ASO Customers: If you use RubyOnRails, read this emergency Ruby on Rails upgrade information ASAP: (via @asmallorange)

A recent security issue affecting the Rails component of the Ruby-on-Rails open source web application framework has prompted the immediate upgrade of the Rails stack on all our shared and reseller servers. This upgrade addresses the existing security issue, linked below, as well as upgrades associated components gems and passenger to the latest versions which are also noted below.

Full article: http://blog.asmallorange.com/emergency-ruby-on-rails-upgr...

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