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As per The blog post, I have enabled mod_pagespeed on my personal domain. Now, however, google's Webmaster Tools is giving me the following message:

Dear site owner or webmaster of http://euantor.com/, As of the last crawl of your website, you appear to be running mod_pagespeed <0.10.22.6. Google recommends that you update to the latest release. Older or unpatched software may be vulnerable to hacking or malware that can hurt your users. To download the latest release, visit the mod_pagespeed download page. If you have already updated to the latest version of mod_pagespeed, please disregard this message. If you have any additional questions about why you are receiving this message, Google has provided more background information in a blog post about this subject. Best wishes, Google Search Quality Team

Having checked the upgrade notes, it seems a fairly critical vbulnerability was fixed in the latest release. Obiously it would be lovely to be able to use the latest version if possible. Any chance webfaction will be updating to it at some point?

asked 01 Oct '12, 10:24

euantorano
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edited 01 Oct '12, 10:51


I'll bring this issue to the attention of our system administrators, and they'll update our mod_pagespeed modules soon if necessary.

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answered 01 Oct '12, 10:49

seanf
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edited 01 Oct '12, 10:51

Any updates on this by any chance? Webmaster Tools is still displaying the message every time I visit.

(04 Oct '12, 17:44) euantorano

Sorry, we don't currently have an ETA for this.

(04 Oct '12, 17:51) bmeyer71 ♦♦

Ok, thanks for the response.

(05 Oct '12, 04:52) euantorano

OK, it's been updated as of about 4 days ago :)

(19 Oct '12, 19:08) seanf
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