Geeklog CMS 1.6.0sr2 released to address security exploit

By Mike Johnston August 31, 2009 (Updated: May 31, 2013) News & Headlines

A security exploit within the FCKEditor's php connector has prompted a new release of Geeklog to address this issue.

Apparently this flaw allows for malware to end up being hosted on some Geeklog powered sites by using this exploit. As a result, this new version is available to resolve.

"Geeklog 1.6.0sr2 is now available for download and ships with a much more restrictive configuration for uploads through FCKeditor. There's also an archive to upgrade from 1.6.0sr1 and an updated version of the drop-in FCKeditor replacement for older Geeklog versions."

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