Drupal is among the most popular CMS’ and has been offering the community with several version updates. With Drupal 6 no longer being supported, by the Drupal Community, a huge amount of sites need to be migrated to Drupal 7 or 8, and quickly!
Given the significant changes in Drupal 8 structure, migrating from Drupal 6 or Drupal 7 to Drupal 8 is particularly challenging. But with all the hustle in the market, organizations often miss out on the basic aspects before updating their sites.
Security audits in Drupal are a vital part of maintaining Drupal websites' health and security. Web development team should always be proactive when it comes to delivering maximum client satisfaction with digital safety.
Site Audits are done keeping specific objectives in mind like find, understand or fix any potential holes or problem that could cause security breaches on the website or on the server where the site is hosted.
This project involved Creation of Base Guide Landing Page and Sub-Navigation based on location, service and name. Migration of Installation Page along with Category page and Contact page from Java to Drupal 8.
Base Guides product is intended to be the one-stop shop for users wanting contact, resource and local information about a specific military installation in the United States and abroad.
After the publication of two severe security flaws in the Drupal CMS, cybercrime groups have turned their sights on this web technology in the hopes of finding new ground to plant malware on servers and make money through illegal cryptocurrency mining.
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Introduced in version: 8.6.0
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