Movable Type 6.0.7 and 5.2.12 Security Updates

Dear Friends,

Yesterday, February the 11th, 2015, Six Apart launched a mandatory security release of its v5.1.x, v5.2.x and v6.0.x versions.

According to the announcement that Six Apart made available, this security release addresses a security issue due to vulnerability of the Storable perl module.

With this occasion, Six Apart announced that the versions v5.0.x and v5.1.x reached their end of life cycle, the currently developed version being v6.x, while v5.2.x will continue to receive security fixes, as security issues are revealed.

Make sure to upgrade your installation ASAP!

Another idea is to upgrade directly to v6.1 which was released right after the movable type v6.0.7 security release and which includes a lot of other improvements.

More details at:


To evaluate the product, please go to:

And login as:
- username: demo
- password: testthis

Many thanks,
Mihai Bocsaru

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