Adobe plugs cross-site scripting security threats

Adobe has been forced to plug cross-site scripting security threats in Adobe Connect Enterprise Server 6 platform, and its Dreamweaver and Contribute systems.

Adobe has been forced to plug cross-site scripting security threats in Adobe Connect Enterprise Server 6 platform, and its Dreamweaver and Contribute systems.

Adobe said potential cross-site scripting vulnerabilities have been identified in code generated by Adobe Presenter for use with Adobe Connect Enterprise Server 6, including Adobe Acrobat Professional meetings.

Potential cross-site scripting vulnerabilities have also been identified in code generated by the Insert Flash Video command in Dreamweaver and Contribute.

In both cases, Adobe recommends that website administrators and IT departments install the patches it has released, which can be found here:




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