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  • Admin XSS security vulnerabilities fixed (CVE-2020-12685)

    Posted on 14-May-2020

    The Interchange admin in versions 4.7.0 through 5.11.x (before 2020-05-15) was vulnerable to cross-site scripting (XSS) injection attacks in the help and quicklinks pages. Attackers could use browser JavaScript to steal client-side credentials such as a session cookie or delivered page data. The att... [more]

  • Project website refresh

    Posted on 25-Apr-2020

    This Interchange project website has gotten a refresh to its design and organization, to prepare for the Interchange 5.12 release. Zed Jensen and Seth Jensen updated the design with a new logo, home page banner, typeface, and more pleasant design. They also added a list of recent commits from GitHub... [more]

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    When we first got into the web application business, we made an exhaustive look at the available technologies (at the time). It was apparent Interchange had the highest learning curve, but also one of the few with the ability to do just about anything you’d ask of it.

    Since our applications can take any form, we needed something extremely flexible, and something that if asked, could handle ecommerce, email, CRM, CMS, and anything else that comes our way. Interchange has never once disappointed.

    We’ve always considered ourselves lucky in making that decision some 7 years ago.

    Paul Jordan, Gish Network

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