Advisory Published

CVE-2023-41703: XSS

First published: Mon Feb 12 2024(Updated: )

User ID references at mentions in document comments were not correctly sanitized. Script code could be injected to a users session when working with a malicious document. Please deploy the provided updates and patch releases. User-defined content like comments and mentions are now filtered to avoid potentially malicious content. No publicly available exploits are known.


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