Drupal released security updates that
The CVE-2019-6340 flaw is caused by the lack of proper data sanitization in some field types, an attacker could exploit the flaw to execute arbitrary PHP code.
“Some field types do not properly sanitize data from non-
The flaw was discovered by Samuel Mortenson of the Drupal Security Team.
In order to exploit the CVE-2019-6340 flaw, it is necessary that the core RESTful Web Services module is enabled and allows PATCH or POST requests. It is also possible to trigger the vulnerability if another web services module is enabled, such as JSON
Drupal released Drupal 8.6.10 and 8.5.11 to address the vulnerability. Drupal 7 does not need to be updated, but experts p
“To immediately mitigate the vulnerability, you can disable all web services modules, or configure your web server(s) to not allow PUT/PATCH/POST requests to web services resources,” continues the advisory.
“Note that web services resources may be available on multiple paths depending on the configuration of your server(s). For Drupal 7, resources are for example typically available via paths (clean URLs) and via arguments to the ‘q’ query argument. For Drupal 8, paths may still function when prefixed with index.php/.”
Drupal users must install the updates as soon as possible
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