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Power CMS patch issue

Thread began 9/23/2011 2:42 pm by gary375937 | Last modified 9/30/2011 2:57 am by gary375937 | 1115 views | 6 replies

Mac McCarthy

Hi Support
Now I am confused, wont take much I hear you say.

>>>The updated file is only needed for Power CMS 2.1.0, it should go in the HTMLEditor/editor/plugins/kfm folder

>>>if you have a folder named webassist/kfm the updated file is not needed

On the product download page it has the PowerCMS 2: Support Fix - Potential Security Risk which contains a readme file which states:

Copy the updated file to the following location:

I have some PowerCMS sites with a webassist folder, others without.

Can you please clarify:

1. Which versions of PowerCMS require your security fix?
2. How to determine the version we have installed on sites?
3. Should we be upgrading from version 2.0.? up to Version 2.1.1?

Thanks in advance.

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