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PunBB

PunBB is a fast and lightweight discussion board. Its primary goal is to be a faster, smaller, and less graphic alternative to otherwise excellent discussion boards like phpBB, Invision Power Board, and vBulletin. It has fewer features than many other discussion boards, but is generally faster and outputs smaller pages.

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  •  02 Dec 2007 14:51

    Release Notes: An XSS vulnerability and a CSRF vulnerability were fixed. A topic/post counter bug was fixed.

    •  30 Apr 2007 14:31

      Release Notes: A few bugs, annoyances, and security issues were fixed.

      •  16 Oct 2006 01:23

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        •  29 Sep 2006 14:48

          Release Notes: This release fixes an avatars_dir NULL byte injection vulnerability (CVE-2006-4759) and adds support for HttpOnly cookies.

          •  01 Mar 2006 08:37

            Release Notes: Flood protection was added to the registration process (to prevent DoS attacks). An XSS vulnerability in header.php was fixed.

            Recent comments

            28 Sep 2009 08:35 neoFUTUR

            Anyone here loving punbb can also try MyBestBB ( http://freshmeat.net/projects/mybestbb ), based on the latest punbb ( 1.2.22 ), always including the latest punbb security updates , and adding more than 20 useful features including UTF8, url rewriting private messages, topic rating, attachments and much more.

            02 Dec 2007 07:28 sonnblick1974

            punbb
            The next major release of PunBB, version 1.3, is currently under development. This version will feature many tweaks and improvements of the 1.2.x codebase, along with some new features.

            Lets see how the new version works!

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