In a message posted on its corporate blog earlier this morning, blogging software maker Six Apart essentially admitted that security holes in its Movable Type product(s) are to be blamed for the recent, prominent hacking and defacement of the PBS.org website, which occurred at the end of last month.
Hackers aligned with WikiLeaks at the end of May managed to break into and deface the US broadcaster's website after it had aired a controversial documentary called WikiSecrets about the whistle-blowing site.
Six Apart’s new version 2.5 of its Moveable Type blogging software was released today. Normally, that’s not news. But Anil Dash, Six Apart’s Chief Evangelist, took aim at Wordpress users in the blog post announ... Read Post
Six Apart, creator of the blogging platform Movable Type, has partnered with LightPole, a mobile application provider. The two companies have co-developed a plugin for Movable Type that will allow bloggers to geo-tag their posts, cr... Read Post