It’s time to update your Drupal websites, once again.
For the second time within a month, Drupal has been found vulnerable to another critical vulnerability that could allow remote attackers to pull off advanced attacks including cookie theft, keylogging, phishing and identity theft.
Discovered by the Drupal security team, the open source content management framework is vulnerable to
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