Multiple Vulnerabilities in Translation Management 6.x-1.21
Drupal® is a popular open-source content management system that is developed and supported by a community of users. Translation Management is a module that handles translation for Drupal sites.
Affected Application: Translation Management 6.x-1.21.
Issue: On 04/10/2011, cross-site request forgery and injection vulnerabilities were reported for Translation Management version 6.x-1.21. The vulnerabilities allow attackers to take over sessions of logged-in users, or perform other malicious actions.
Resolution: An update for Translation Management is available. See vendor's site for more information.
This information was compiled using information in the National Vulnerability Database. For more information about this issue, see the summary for CVE-2011-1664. To learn more about cross-site request forgery and injection vulnerabilities, see Cross-Site Request Forgery and Injection Flaws.
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