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Critical Vulnerability Patched in Roundcube Webmail

08
Dec
2016

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Open source webmail provider Roundcube has released an update that addresses a critical vulnerability in all default configurations that could allow an attacker to run arbitrary code on the host operating system.

The flaw is serious because it’s relatively simple to exploit and can allow an attacker to access email accounts or move deeper onto the network.

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