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So phar, so FUD: PHP flaw puts WordPress sites at risk of hacks

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Good alternatives to WordPress?

Part of the problem with WordPress is that it is so well-known that it is pretty much the default option for many people wanting to fling together a simple (or, worse, not quite so simple) website without very much effort. If it didn't have a long history of security problems, this might not be such a bad thing, but...

The next most well-known alternative is perhaps Drupal, which is rather more complicated (and so perhaps less suitable for people who just want an "easy to run" website/CMS) and has its own share of careful hand-holding required.

Does anyone have any good suggestions for other alternatives (that don't require a full-time sysadmin to run them)?

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