NOTICE: HIKER COMMENTS & POSTING TURNED OFF


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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 30 March 2018

NOTICE
DIGITAL SECURITY EMERGENCY

Update
PATCHED AND FIXED APRIL 2

COMMENTS & CONTENT CONTRIBUTIONS TURNED-OFF

YIKES!
Due to a Critical Security Flaw in the Drupal Content Management System used by Tahoe to Whitney, the ability of hikers and observers to add content or comments to Tahoe to Whitney has been temporarily turned off.

New comments and content submitted by Members, as well as the general hiking & observing public, have been turned-off until I can figure out how to apply the patch to correct this critical security flaw. Stopping the submission of outside content appears to protect the site from compromise.

But, we need to hear your input and observations about Man in Nature! I am still happy to answer any questions I can!

Therefore, In the meantime, I will add any of your comments or content to the site manually, myself, including answering any of your questions I can. I will post your comments and answer your questions to the best of my ability, if you send your questions and comments to me here, at

hiker1@TahoetoWhitney.com

Sorry about the inconvenience,
&
Happy Trails!

 

Your Host,

 

Alex

 

 

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