Yellowfin Security Fixes - July 2021

Ryan Carrie shared this announcement 42 days ago

Yellowfin has released a number of Security fixes and enhancements, available in 9.6 and 8.10, available now for download.

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Customers are encouraged to upgrade their environments to benefit from these changes.  As always, please keep in mind our best practices when making any changes to your instance.

Security Fixes / Enhancements: 


21961- Resolved an issue that would prevent client organisation reports from launching if CSRFFilter was enabled.
21832- Resolved a potential access control issue on private discussion streams.
21626- Upgraded the Underscore library to version 1.13.1.
21464- Resolved a potential security issue with the translation import/export page.
21326- Resolved a potential security issue when adding users through the User Import window.
21323- Resolved a potential security vulnerability with the activity stream.
21261- Resolved a potential security vulnerability when export reports to PDF and DOCX formats.
21229- Resolved a potential security vulnerability in the Story Editor.
21228- Resolved a potential security vulnerability in the Story Editor controls.
21151- Addressed a potential XSS issue with custom header and footer includes.
19840- Added a nonce to every application request to prevent duplicate submissions.
13108- Resolved an issue that would allow edit access to views stored in a secure folder.
13060- Improved security by implementing a feature that allows the two-way encryption key to be replaced with a custom key.

For a full list of release notes, including breaking changes, please visit the Release Notes page on the Yellowfin Wiki.