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ATutor Multiple Vulnerabilities

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Release Date:  2010-03-12    Last Update:  2010-07-07    Views:  2,799

Secunia Advisory SA38906

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Description


Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in ATutor, which can be exploited by malicious users to conduct script insertion attacks and by malicious people to conduct cross-site request forgery attacks


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Subject: ATutor Multiple Vulnerabilities

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greggy RE: ATutor Multiple Script Insertion Vulnerabilities
Member 15th Mar, 2010 16:33
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Location: CA
Last edited on 15th Mar, 2010 16:33
This is a trivial issue. Instructors are granted the freedom to used
HTML and scripting to provide added flexibility. Only the instructor of
a given course would be able to exploit these, in which case they'd be
hacking their own content.

Will patch these in a future version, if the patches do not overly restrict the freedom on instructors to develop content.
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