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Hack: Selective WYSIWYG Editor Mode
Add OnsXyberian writes "Since WYSIWYG editors were introduced into phpnuke, there has been a long-lasting security issue while using WYSIWYG editor. Even though the wysiwyg editor has such security troubles, without doubt, WYSIWYG editors are preferrable to most administrators who are not familiar with html tags. To support the preference, NukeKorea Dev. Team tweaked wysiwyg editor mode for phpnuke. The present hack includes the following features:
  • Selectivity by administators - admin, users, etc.
  • Selective working on individual modules by administrators from admin CP
  • Mode selective
  • ON/ OFF switchable

    Security whole issues are all up to administrators who are responsible to manage their phpnuke based web-sites. For this issue and using the present hack, please check "read more ..."

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    Briefly speaking, the security and vulnerability could be minimized when the hack-wysiwyg editor modes are allowed to administrators."
  • Posted on Thursday, June 08 @ 01:55:17 CEST by VinDSL
     
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    Re: Hack: Selective WYSIWYG Editor Mode (Score: 1)
    by kbgus on Thursday, June 08 @ 16:30:26 CEST
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    Unfortunately, the security issues in version 7.7 and higher exist whether or not a WYSIWYG editor is used. Of course, that could be addressed by modifying many scripts, and hopefully that's what the NukeKorea Dev. Team has done. I like the idea of an admin control panel to control which modules use the WYSIWYG editor.

    nukeWYSIWYG has provided these features (except the ability to control by module via a control panel, but that can be done by adding one line to the module index.php), along with improved security via the kses HTML filter, since it was released last year. It uses FCKeditor, which was selected after a careful evaluation of WYSIWYG editors, but could be modified to support most WYSIWYG editors, including TinyMCE, SPAW, and others. We are looking forward to the new release of FCKeditor, which offers great improvements over the current version.


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