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According to the TYPO3 developer team, a critical hole has been found in the content management system (CMS) that could allow an attacker to compromise a server.
"Insufficient checking of the AbstractController.php file's BACK_PATH parameter enables attackers to upload and execute arbitrary PHP scripts (Remote File Inclusion)," The H Security reports. "The developers have been informed that attackers are already trying to intrude into users' servers on a large scale."
"The developer team has provided a patch and released the corrected versions 4.5.9 and 4.6.2," the article states.
Go to "TYPO3 developers warn of critical hole" to read the details.
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