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If I go to admin/reports/updates I see modules that need to be updates.

I just need to know what is the difference between the message "Recommended version:..." and the other message with red background. I mean what are the risk of not updating them?

  • if you're having trouble reading the English descriptions I recommend you set Spanish as the language to use throughout the website -- since you are from Spain. This is not a forum to get answers on what english text means. – tenken Jan 30 '15 at 18:54
  • I didn't ask for a translation, I asked for the meaning "Recommended.." against "critical". Anyway "Recommended version" is translated to "Version recomendada" in spanish. Not much trouble... – chefnelone Jan 30 '15 at 19:02
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The message on red background are critical or security fixes means the module is insecure or has known vulnerabilities. It's important to you to update flagged (red highlighted) modules as soon possible so you can prevents hacks.

A recommended module means your modules are many version(s) behind the current release, the module is known to be secure, and simply not up to date with features the current module offers.

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