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The meaning of «vbulletin»

vBulletin is a proprietary Internet forum software package sold by MH Sub I, LLC doing business as vBulletin (formerly Jelsoft Enterprises and vBulletin Solutions). It is written in PHP and uses a MySQL database server. Similar products include XenForo, WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, MyBB, and phpBB.

vBulletin was first launched in 2000. Its successor, vBulletin 2, was released in 2001. A third version was launched in 2004.

Internet Brands acquired the product from JelSoft in 2007.[3]

vBulletin 4 was released in late 2009. The StyleVars system was added to draw CSS variables directly from the vBulletin Template code.[4]

In July 2010, the BBC reported that there was a serious flaw in vBulletin software that allows anyone to easily access the database username and password.[5]

In October 2010, Internet Brands sued three former employees, just as their new competing software XenForo was to be launched.,[3] as well as a second lawsuit in the United States claiming breach of contract, copyright infringement, and misappropriation of trade secrets.[6] In May 2011 it was announced that vBulletin had abandoned an attempt at preventing XenForo doing business,[7] and in 2013 the claims were dismissed.

In late 2017, a post by Technical Support Lead, Wayne Luke, confirmed that vBulletin 3 was now considered to be "End of Life" software, with no further development of the series planned.[8][9]

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