Article ID: 2873, created on Oct 29, 2007, last review on Apr 28, 2014

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Knowledge ID 2294
Product : Ensim Pro for Linux
Version : 4.1.0
Topic : Hotfix

Title
Hotfix : FrontPage Server Extensions Could Allow Cross-Site Scripting.

Summary
Addresses the issue "FrontPage Server Extensions Could Allow Cross-Site Scripting"

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Product:Ensim Pro for Linux
Version:
4.1.0 (Fedora Core 1, Fedora Core 2, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3ES, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4ES)
Date:  21-June-2005
Patch Description: 
Addresses the issue:
FrontPage Server Extensions Could Allow Cross-Site Scripting.
Overview :
http://www.rtr.com/fpsupport/fpse_release_may_2_2006.htm

A security issue has been identified that could allow an attacker to remotely compromise your system using the FrontPage Server Extensions and gain control over it.

It is recommended that you upgrade to the latest release of the extensions, version 5.0.2.4803.

Download link : http://www.rtr.com/fpsupport/fp2002sr1_download.htm

More info : http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/Bulletin/MS06-017.mspx1


Download:
For fc1 : http://download.swsoft.com/ensim/download/pro/linux/4.1.0/hotfix/frontpageserverext/fc1/frontpage-5.0-ensimfc1.4.1.0.6.i386.rpm
(md5sum: 267be77f81c678a067ba9c6054c546af)
For fc2 : http://download.swsoft.com/ensim/download/pro/linux/4.1.0/hotfix/frontpageserverext/fc2/frontpage-5.0-ensimfc2.4.1.0.6.i386.rpm
(md5sum: 05cc61460fea290002cf4e122c9c76c4)
For RHEL 3ES : http://download.swsoft.com/ensim/download/pro/linux/4.1.0/hotfix/frontpageserverext/rhel3/frontpage-5.0-ensimrhel3ES.4.1.0.6.i386.rpm
(md5sum: 683c8fa91cd98fab37245e4379f18b7b)
For RHEL 4ES : http://download.swsoft.com/ensim/download/pro/linux/4.1.0/hotfix/frontpageserverext/rhel4/frontpage-5.0-ensimrhel4ES.4.1.0.4.i386.rpm
(md5sum: 93b4441301eaf79a3ce7fc80b7cfc47c)                                    

Installation Procedure:
The following instructions need to be executed by the end customer in order to apply this fix.
1. rpm -Uvh frontpage-5.0-*.i386.rpm
This should fix the problem.

 


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