Le 10 août 2019 06:38:34 GMT+02:00, Derek Currie <email@example.com> a écrit :
I've been following this situation closely and advising users about the
workaround for *CVE-2019-9848*.
*Problem:* The Document Foundation has stated that the patch for
CVE-2019-9848 was not entirely effective. I can provide documentation.
further patch was supposed to be applied in version 6.3.4 this week.
there is no record in the release notes of that patch. Instead, there
incorrect listing that CVE-2019-9848 was patched in v126.96.36.199, which has
published to not be the case.
So both MITRE and the Document Foundation are wrong according to you?
Also, 6.3.0/was just released, not 6.3.4, and in my understanding has also the proper patch(es).
This is of course a rather dynamic situation that our security team is actively working on.
This situation is thoroughly confusing users.
I am not sure it is...
I'm continuing to advise users to apply the workaround for
What workaround? Are you in charge of users in a professional environment?
Please sort this out ASAP.
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