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django CMS security updates

Daniele Procida

April 26, 2017

security 3.3 3.4

Security releases for django CMS versions 3.4 and 3.3 address medium-level vulnerabilities. We recommend updating to version 3.4.3 or 3.3.4.

These updates prevent:

  • a potential escalation of privileges through a django CMS page's Advanced Settings.
  • a potential phishing attack using redirects from the login form

The updated releases are now available from our GitHub repository and PyPI.

Divio Cloud users can update their django CMS installations via the control panel.

Please see the notes on GitHub for more details.

Thanks to Anthony Steinhauser and Mark Walker for the reports.

As ever, we remind our users and contributors that all security reports, patches and concerns be addressed only to our security team by email, at [email protected].

Please do not use GitHub, our email lists or IRC to report, address or otherwise discuss matters relating to security.

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