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ESP32 H.A.N.D. Project

When the ESP8266, the predecessor to the ESP32, came out, I was hoping for a chip with lots of I/Os but more importantly something that has both WiFi and Bluetooth built into the chip.

It happened — Espressif launched the ESP32 chip and this got me very excited. At last, a small, versatile and powerful chip that supports a lot of the, in my opinion, needed features and functions that makes a great chip for both electronic hobbyists and commercial applications.

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WordPress 2.6.5 released, security problem fixed

If you’re eagerly waiting for WordPress 2.7, you may need to upgrade your current WordPress to version 2.6.5 in the mean time. The just released version 2.6.5 fixes a possible XSS exploit discovered by Jeremias Reith (thanks jeremias) that affects IP-based virtual servers running on Apache 2.x. It also corrects three bugs.

Important Note: It looks like there’s been a version 2.6.4 floating around the NET. We are also advised that there is NO version 2.6.4 and will never be a version 2.6.4!

You can read Ryan’s post about WordPress 2.6.5. If you’re interested on what has changed you can have a look here.

Thanks guys and gals.

WordPress 2.6.2 released

Just to let you know if you’re using WordPress, version 2.6.2 has been released and available for download.

WordPress version 2.6.2 is a security release so it’s a good idea to update your site if you’re using WordPress. The security fix is specially required if you are allowing users to register on your WordPress blog.

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