Drupal 6

All customers patched against vulnerability SA-CORE-2018-004

Xplain Hosting has finished protecting all its Drupal customers against a critical security vulnerability recently found in Drupal 6, 7 and 8. A FAQ was also released to address the impact of SA-CORE-2018-004.

Automatic Drupal core updates is a core feature of Xplain Hosting: we don't leave patching to unavailable or busy Drupal development companies. Security is our number one priority. Security updates are free and included in every plan.

How to Determine Whether You Can Upgrade From Drupal 6 to Drupal 8 (Yet)

Elliot Christenson writes about upgrading from Drupal 6 to Drupal 8:

Like many of you, I have a few sites that are fairly complex, utilize dozens of modules - and still run on Drupal 6. At this point, I don't want to invest the time to migrate them to Drupal 7 because I feel the momentum is finally beginning to shift into high gear for Drupal 8.

So, how do you know whether the Drupal 8 ecosystem is ready for a relatively straightforward migration? Thankfully, there are some great resources available!

Drupal 7.14 and Drupal 6.26 released

New versions of Drupal core are available. We will commence upgrade of customer sites shortly. The Xplain Hosting security advantage: you have to do nothing to be secure!

We don't upgrade modules though, use the Drupal Module Manager to easily upgrade your modules and check for security vulnerabilities.