EasyBlog 5.2.4

EasyBlog 5.2.4

This update is to address a possible cross-site scripting (XSS) attack vulnerability found in EasyBlog. 

Apart from the important security fix, we have also pushed out some of the latest bug fixes as well. If your site happens to be running prior to EasyBlog 5.2.4, kindly update to the latest version as soon as possible.

Just in case you are not aware of this, but starting from this version 5.2.3, upgrading will be so much easier and faster. All you have to do hit the "Update Now" button found on your EasyBlog 5.2 dashboard found in the admin area, and you are good to go. 

Not forgetting those who are still running on prior releases from EasyBlog 5.2.1 version, it is advisable to download the full installer and run the entire installation as you usually would. 

To end this very brief post, we would also like to thank 
Dimitrina for alerting us on this matter. :)

 

Comments (5)

  1. HMED

Thanks for the update guys !

 
  1. Mohd Yasser    HMED

You're welcome. :D

 
  1. alexps

good work & support

 
  1. Mohd Yasser    alexps

We're glad to be of service. :D

 
  1. Mark Kilcoyne

I noticed after the update that we have an error when we go go edit a post. It is on the top of the page

403 - Forbidden Error
You are not allowed to access this address.
If the error persists, please contact the website webmaster.
If you are the webmaster of this site please log in to Cpanel and check the Error Logs. You will find the exact reason for this error there.

Common reasons for this error are:

Incorrect file/directory permissions: Below 644.
In order files to be read by the...

I noticed after the update that we have an error when we go go edit a post. It is on the top of the page

403 - Forbidden Error
You are not allowed to access this address.
If the error persists, please contact the website webmaster.
If you are the webmaster of this site please log in to Cpanel and check the Error Logs. You will find the exact reason for this error there.

Common reasons for this error are:

Incorrect file/directory permissions: Below 644.
In order files to be read by the webserver, their permissions have to be equal or above 644. You can update file permissions with a FTP client or through cPanel's File Manager.

Restrictive Apache directives inside .htaccess file.
There are two Apache directives which can cause this error - 'Deny from' and 'Options -Indexes'

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