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Yes, this bot is trying to exploit JCE. It’s probably using a very powerful publicly available exploit (+ mirror) for JCE < 2.0.11. Although this is a really outdated version, many instances are still in the wild. JCE 2.0.11 was released on 2011-08-29, the exploit has been available after the release (if its author kept his word). If JCE is not installed ...


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As I understand it, the global settings version caches the views and parameters of components and modules, rather than the content. This means that if you change the content, then the change will be instantly visible to users. However, this method of caching may not be a feature of third-party components (Joomla states here: Component developers have to ...


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I'd probably run a crawler to collect all the URLs of your 1.5 site (a sitemap generator, or link checker should do this for you). When the site is live, Joomla 2.5 has a redirect manager (under components) which lists all the URLs which have thrown a 404. You should use the redirect manager to set up 301s on all the pages you know have changed. If you ...


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If it is only a handful of URLs you are worried about, then use Joomla's redirect manager (components > redirect) to redirect to the page you want. You may also want to list the canonical versions of your pages in a sitemap to give Google some more hints about which should be indexed. The only problem with on-site duplicate content is if Google choose the ...



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