A new security attack (dubbed the POODLE attack) makes continued use of SSLv3 dangerous. So effective immediately, we are dropping support for SSLv3. Browser users will likely see minimal-to-no impact. If you are having an issue please try a newer version of your browser. Extremely old browsers (specifically IE 6 users on Windows XP) will no […]
This integration will allow you to use GetHub commit comments to update bugs This will cause any commit comments to be added to bugs references by the comment. E.g. the commit comment “This fixes bug 123″ will cause “This fixes bug 123″ to be added as a comment to bug 123. You must configure both […]
It took a few hours longer than planned due to the SAN reporting some issues after restarting, but we are back up and running.
From time to time we’ve had people wonder if the XML-RPC API is turned on for their Bugzilla installation. The answer is yes in all cases. Nevertheless it is difficult to verify as Bugzilla will not give you a meaningful response if you go to https://<mybugzilla>/xmlrpc.cgi in your browser. Other clients want to verify some […]
We have scheduled a 6 hour downtime window on Sunday Sept 28 starting at 02:00 GMT. During this downtime we will be performing some major infrastructure upgrades including: New redundant routers, switches and firewalls. 10Gbps Internet connectivity to multiple carriers. New redundant 8Gbps fiber channel switching fabrics (A and B side fabrics) for storage. 5 […]
Bugzilla 4.4.5 is a security release which addresses the following issue: Adobe does not properly restrict the SWF file format, which allows remote attackers to conduct cross-site request forgery (CSRF) attacks against Bugzilla’s JSONP endpoint, possibly obtaining sensitive bug information, via a crafted OBJECT element with SWF content satisfying the character-set requirements of a callback API. For more details see: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1036213 […]
Version 0.2.1.1 of this package has been released. A Haskell interface to the Bugzilla native REST API This package is designed to provide an easy-to-use, typesafe interface to querying Bugzilla from Haskell. See: http://hackage.haskell.org/package/bugzilla-0.2.1.1 Or at Github: https://github.com/sethfowler/hsbugzilla
python-bugzilla 1.1.0 is a Bugzilla XMLRPC access module for python that provides a kinda pythonic interface to Bugzilla over XMLRPC. It was originally written specifically for Red Hat’s Bugzilla instance, but it is intended to work with any bugzilla instance. https://pypi.python.org/pypi/python-bugzilla/1.1.0
Welcome to Bugzilla 4.4! This new major release comes with several new features and improvements. This release contains major improvements to WebServices, which was the main target in this release, a rewritten tagging system, a real MIME type auto-detection for attachments, performance improvements and lots of other enhancements. Allow Multiple Search Criteria to Match one Field […]
The Bugzilla team announced the release of Bugzilla 4.2. The devZing team will be evaluating this release before scheduling upgrades for existing customers. If you are interested in upgrading right away please contact support.