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View Poll Results: Open Source CMS/Blogging platform
I've used many of these and Drupal is without a doubt the best in my personal opinion. It's easy to upgrade and it allows quite a few different usage patterns. It's light weight and the time spent administering it and backing it up is minimal. I just use it and that's the way it should be.
Never thought of this obvious question. Simple answer, every time I see a cracked CMS it is Drupal. Cheers.
Interesting. I have thousands of attacks per month, but I've never had a problem with it. I don't consider administering a CMS a trivial thing and it has to be secured and monitored just like any other server resource. But, if people are constantly getting cracked, I'd be inclined to blame the administrator because my years of experience with it have been very good.