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CppCMS 1.0.4 Released

Monday, June 24, 2013, by artyom ; Posted in: Progress; 9 comments

This is a critical bug fix release that relates to session handing in Internet Explorer.

Added "Expires" to cookie expiration time handling that is supported by IE.

Prior to this release, cppcms session cookies used max-age option, that IE does not recognize. Starting from this release the session cookies would have both Expires and Max-Age options. All browsers that use Max-Age would ignore Expires if both given.

New options that control the session cookie properties are added, see expiration_method that would allow to alter the behavior and handle possible clock skew issues

Special thanks to Saikumar Gandapodi who reported me this issue.

Security bug fix release - CppCMS 1.0.3

Friday, January 4, 2013, by artyom ; one comment

CppCMS 1.0.3 was released today, it includes security bug fix.

This bug allowed CppCMS encoding validation to accept some invalid UTF-8 sequences which could potentially lead to various security problems like XSS and more.

It is strongly recommended to upgrade to latest version.

Note: for thous who used booster::locale::utf::utf_traits or functions booster::locale::conv::utf_to_utf directly rather than using built in CppCMS forms validation/XSS validation, you may need to recompile the application to get the updates.

The release is available on sourceforge and in the official repositories for Ubuntu oneiric, precise and quantal, Debian squeeze, Fedora 16 and 17, Centos 6 and Open Suse 11.4 and 12.1

We are under attack...

Friday, November 16, 2012, by artyom ; Posted in: Off Topic; 3 comments

Here in Israel...

I hear explosions of Grad rockets fired by Hamas to our cities. I hear sirens that gives us short alarms to run for shelters.

This is daily routine...

What Gives Israel the Right to Defend Itself?

Artyom Beilis,

Lead CppCMS Developer, from Israel

SVN Repositories Had Moved to New Location

Wednesday, August 29, 2012, by artyom ; 0 comments

Due to upgrades on sourceforge the svn repositories had moved. If you are using the version from SVN-Trunk, please checkout them once again:



Server-Sent Events in CppCMS Trunk

Tuesday, August 28, 2012, by artyom ; Posted in: Comet; one comment

There is a simple class added to the contrib section in trunk.


The Server-Sent Events support is provide in form of a generic class sse::event_source that the user expected to derive from.

Also two simple event source objects with a predefined policy:

Examples of a simple chat and a stock ticker are provided.


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