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The Joomla open source content management system has been updated to patch a flaw that could be exploited to change a user's password.
"The 1.5.x versions, 1.6.x versions and 1.7.x versions are affected," The H Security reports. "Joomla! 1.5.25 and 1.7.3 have been released to address the issue described by the developers as 'high-risk.'"
"Another security issue in version 1.7.x, involving inadequate filtering of an unspecified field, which could be used for cross site scripting (XSS) attacks has also been addressed," the article states.
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