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Double Choco Latte Vulnerabilities April 8, 2022
Double Choco Latte is a GNU Enterprise package that provides basic project management capabilities, time tracking on tasks, call tracking, email notifications, online documents, statistical reports, a report engine, and more features are either working or being developed/planned. It can be displayed inside of a phpGroupWare installation or be used stand-alone. It is licensed under the GPL (GNU Public License), which means it is free to study, distribute, modify, and use. Double Choco Latte 0.9.4 .3 and earlier are prone to php code execution vulnerabilities which allows an attacker to run php code with privileges of the webserver.
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phpCoin Multiple Vulnerabilities March 29, 2022
phpCoin is a free software package originally designed for web-hosting resellers to handle clients, orders, invoices, notes and helpdesk. phpCoin versions 1.2.1b and earlier are prone to multiple vulnerabilities such as SQL Injection and File Inclusion vulnerabilities. A new version has been released, and users should upgrade as soon as possible. Updated packages can be found at the official phpCoin website, located at http://www.phpcoin.com Thanks to the developers for a quick resolution to these issues!
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eBay And Amazon Still Vulnerable January 4, 2022
With the holidays over and everyone heading back to work many people are breathing a sigh of relief. With the holiday rush over, and a new year ahead you probably give no thought to the question of "Was my online holiday shopping done safely and securely?". Unfortunately the answer to this question could very well be no. Despite millions and millions of dollars being spent each and every year by big name online ecommerce outfits a good number still remains vulnerable to security flaws.
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Multiple Vulnerabilities In PhotoPost Pro January 3, 2022
PhotoPost was designed to help you give your users exactly what they want. Your users will be thrilled to finally be able to upload and display their photos for your entire community to view and discuss, all with no more effort than it takes to post a text message to a forum. If you already have a forum (vBulletin, UBB Threads, phpBB, DCForum, or InvisionBoard), you'll appreciate that PhotoPost was designed to seamlessly integrate into your site without the need for your users to register twice and maintain two logins. PhotoPost Pro is vulnerable to some serious SQL Injection issues as well as cross site scripting. An update is available and all users should upgrade now.
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Serious Vulnerabilities In PhotoPost ReviewPost January 2, 2022
Your community of users represents a wealth of knowledge. Now your users can help build and maintain your site by writing reviews of any product imaginable. With ReviewPost, you will quickly amass a valuable collection of user opinions about products that relate to your site. ReviewPost can even use your existing forum login system (if you have one) to keep your users from having to register twice, and makes an excellent companion to ReviewPost. PhotoPost ReviewPost are vulnerable to cross site scripting, SQL Injection, and Arbitrary File Upload. There is a new version of the software available and users are encouraged to upgrade.
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