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Wordpress Wordpress jQuery1.12.4 Vulnerability

Discussion in 'Blogs & CMS usage' started by EckyBrazzz, May 8, 2019.

  1. EckyBrazzz

    EckyBrazzz Active Member

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    @eva2000 new updates. The Latest version is 1.7.6 with some nice stuff. Added jQuery slim and small bug fixes. Compare link below
    centminmod/wp-jquery-manager

     
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    thanks for heads up !
     
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    looks like a lot of changes and they updated to jquery 3.4.1 which really makes my forked version unnecessary now as whole point of my forked version was to update jquery 3.4.1. Though my forked version does have security patched versions of jquery 1.12.4 and 2.2.4 available.

    So I have updated my forked version 1.7.6-cmm.zip centminmod/wp-jquery-manager

    If you need to check difference between master and my forked version centminmod/wp-jquery-manager
     
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    cheers updated my 1.7.8-cmm release centminmod/wp-jquery-manager though really you'd want to use original wordpress plugin for this now that it's up to date - no guarantee i'll be maintaining the forked version :)

    difference between official 1.7.8 vs 1.7.8-cmm centminmod/wp-jquery-manager
     
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    Guess that sometimes a little reminder won't hurt ;)
     
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    Oeps...
     
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    only with my fork or with original too ?
     
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    Only your forked one. The other runs fine.
     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    hmmm try redownloading 1.7.8-cmm.zip i did have last minute changes made but it was just removing a directory that was removed in upstream 1.7.8 so shouldn't have caused much in way of operation
     
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    Guess he also noticed some thing wrong... To bad the WP function only sends out 1 mail every 24 hours, even if you run into another issue. Missing the GitHub update button and pressing the update now gives the current original version. Project_CMM_7237.png
     
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    ah that's probably why - so best to use original version and not my forked one now that the native plugin update system exists :)
     
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    @eva2000 Saw it, He e-mailed you and placed a request on GitHub, but also I am not an excellent PHP coder, most of the time I only consume it:)
     
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    @Remzi Noticed you pushed out many commits lately, keep up the good work!(y)(y)
     
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    Thank you guys. @eva2000 I could give you direct push access to the repository. This way you could add precompressed gzip & brotli versions of jQuery for nginx and your jQuery fixes form your fork. I understand that you're not really a PHP developer, but you could help me with other things, like pr and releases. Overal I'm just a regular guy who wants to hulp other users.

    Also, you guys could help me with testing and feedback :)
     
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    while i use github myself, I'd never had access to someone elses github repo for such management - so not sure it's a good idea for your repo to be my first time attempts ? if I mess things up ? :LOL: I use gui based sourcetree on windows for git repo management as well :)

    I'll do some isolated pull requests to your repo for the patched fix <3.4 versions first - seems like a safe compromise :)
     
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    Hi @eva2000 It's no different than having your own repo, the only thing is that you need to take into account that others are also pushing to the same repo. That's why branches exits. For example, you want to work on some fix or feature. You create a branch (from master) and do a pull request (to master), the only step you skip is the forking process. The rest stays the same.

    I will grant you push access, it's much easier to work with.
     
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    ok guess 1st time for everything - i did do a pull request prior and that seems to have failed travis-ci jquery patch fixed 1.12.4 & 2.2.4 for CVE-2019-11358 by centminmod · Pull Request #13 · Remzi1993/jquery-manager