12 Oct 2021 12 Oct '21
A couple of vulnerabilities have recently been reported. Thanks to Andre Protas, Richard Cloke and Andy Nuttall of Apple for reporting these and helping with the development of a fix.
CVE-2021-42096 could allow a list member to discover the list admin password.
CVE-2021-42097 could allow a list member to create a successful CSRF attack against another list member enabling takeover of the members account.
These attacks can't be carried out by non-members so may not be of concern for sites with only trusted list members.
In any case, I am planning to make a 2.1.35 release and to post a patch for those who don't want to upgrade to address these issues. This is scheduled for Tuesday, October 19.
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