Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1000101
CVE-2013-1942 CVE-2013-2023 CVE-2013-2022 owncloud: multiple XSS flaws in included Jplayer.as [fedora-all]
Last modified: 2013-12-21 17:36:56 EST
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Coincidentally, we dropped the JPlayer SWF element from owncloud shortly after this bug was reported, as it violates Fedora policies (shipping pre-compiled binary elements). I believe this means builds 5.0.10-2 and later (F20, F21) and 4.5.13-3 and later (F19, EL6) are not subject to this issue, and we can consider it resolved - those builds, or later, are all in stable at this point.