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Multiple vulnerabilities in the Drupal core 
8.4.x-dev 7.x-dev 


The security team of Drupal has published two new versions that correct multiple vulnerabilities in versions 7 and 8. Solution Update the Drupal core to the latest version: Drupal 8.4.5 Drupal 7.57 


The main vulnerabilities corrected with these updates are: Any user with permission to post comments can access comments for which they do not have authorization and modify them. 
This vulnerability affects version 8 of Drupal. The JavaScript function checkPlain () used to escape possible malicious entries does not correctly handle all HTML injection methods, being able to perform cross-site scripting attacks in certain circumstances. This vulnerability affects version 7 of Drupal.


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