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Re: Fix for 5.13

martin wrote:

slfields wrote:

Any update if this could possibly be released in 5.13?

I have fixed the problem in the 5.13 branch. WinSCP 5.13.8 will probably be released the next week.
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/history?a=5.13.8


Thank you.
martin

Re: Fix for 5.13

slfields wrote:

Any update if this could possibly be released in 5.13?

I have fixed the problem in the 5.13 branch. WinSCP 5.13.8 will probably be released the next week.
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/history?a=5.13.8
slfields

Re: Fix for 5.13

slfields wrote:

martin wrote:

MrPippin wrote:

Any chance this is being backported to 5.13?

I'll consider it.
But to be honest, this is such a negligible problem.
Are you not trusting your server?
And are you actually using SCP protocol at all?


The primary reason I ask is that version 14 is still considered a release candidate, and this is a product deployed widely in our organization. We can’t speak to what sites are users are connecting, or trusted.


Any update if this could possibly be released in 5.13?
slfields

Re: Fix for 5.13

martin wrote:

MrPippin wrote:

Any chance this is being backported to 5.13?

I'll consider it.
But to be honest, this is such a negligible problem.
Are you not trusting your server?
And are you actually using SCP protocol at all?


The primary reason I ask is that version 14 is still considered a release candidate, and this is a product deployed widely in our organization. We can’t speak to what sites are users are connecting, or trusted.
martin

Re: Fix for 5.13

MrPippin wrote:

Any chance this is being backported to 5.13?

I'll consider it.
But to be honest, this is such a negligible problem.
Are you not trusting your server?
And are you actually using SCP protocol at all?
MrPippin

Fix for 5.13

Any chance this is being backported to 5.13?
martin

Re: reporting a vulnerability

Thanks for your post.
I'm sending you an email to the address you have used to register on this forum.
Piru

reporting a vulnerability

How should a vulnerability in WinSCP be reported?

I would want to keep embargo on the issue while the authors triage the issue, so posting it to this forum likely isn't a good idea.