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A total of 4 vulnerabilities and 10 other functionality bugs have been addressed with the release of MyBB 1.6.12. The list of security holes fixed with this security and maintenance release includes SQL Injection vulnerabilities when editing smilies in ACP, and when deleting posts with Akismet in ACP. Theres also a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability […]

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A total of 14 security holes have been addressed by Mozilla with the release of Firefox 26. Five of the issues are considered critical since no user interaction is required in order to exploit them. The critical vulnerabilities are use-after-free issues in synthetic mouse movement, during table editing and in event listeners. The list also […]

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Drupal 7.24 and 6.29 have been released to address a number of security holes. Users are advised to update their installations as soon as possible. According to the developers, the updates have been released solely to fix the vulnerabilities. There are no new features or non-security-related bug fixes. Multiple vulnerabilities exist because of an issue […]

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