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WordPress NextGEN Gallery Plugin swfupload Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability

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Release Date:  2012-11-14    Last Update:  2012-12-07    Views:  6,216

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Description


A vulnerability has been discovered in the NextGEN Gallery plugin for WordPress, which can be exploited by malicious people to conduct cross-site scripting attacks


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Subject: WordPress NextGEN Gallery Plugin swfupload Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability

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JDGrimes RE: WordPress NextGEN Gallery Plugin swfupload Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability
Member 14th Nov, 2012 22:23
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Last edited on 14th Nov, 2012 22:23
I am confused. This says that the vulnerability was from a bundled version of swfupload and is confirmed in 1.9.7. But the changelog for the plugin states: "V1.9.7 - 11.13.2012

Secured: Removed bundled version of swfupload; using WordPress-bundled version instead for WordPress 3.2 instances" (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/nextgen-galler...)

That seems to say that version 1.9.7 no longer uses the insecure version of the script. ???
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