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A Security Flaw in Ruby on Rails

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A Security Flaw in Ruby on Rails

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The official Ruby on Rails blog recently announced  the release of two "extremely critical security fixes" for a major security flaw.  In response, Heroku also released a how-to for upgrading Heroku  apps that run on Rails.  The Heroku team warns that " If you do not upgrade, an attacker can trivially gain access to your application, its data, and run arbitrary code or commands."  You can check out both posts by below.

Heroku Blog - Rails Security Vulnerability

Ruby on Rails Blog - Rails 3.2.11, 3.1.10, 3.0.19, and 2.3.15 Have Been Released!

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