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Joomla JE Ajax Event Calendar Component Multiple Vulnerabilities

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Release Date:  2010-05-17    Last Update:  2010-12-17    Views:  5,042

Secunia Advisory SA39836

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Description


Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in the JE Ajax Event Calendar component for Joomla, which can be exploited by malicious people to disclose potentially sensitive information and conduct SQL injection attacks


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Subject: Joomla JE Ajax Event Calendar Component Multiple Vulnerabilities

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hardikmistry RE: Joomla JE Ajax Event Calendar Component "view" File Inclusion Vulnerability
Member 22nd Oct, 2010 07:25
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Last edited on 22nd Oct, 2010 07:25
Hello,

Please check it new version there are no Vulnerability in that. We are remove that.

Regards,
Hardik mistry
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hardikmistry RE: Joomla JE Ajax Event Calendar Component Multiple Vulnerabilities
Member 8th Dec, 2010 12:25
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Last edited on 8th Dec, 2010 12:25
Hello,

We are remove all Vulnerability in new version 1.3. Please test it that , if its remove than please remove that page.

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Hardik mistry
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