TheHive Project’s code Chefs are happy to announce the immediate availability of Cortex 2.1.3, a hotfix for your favorite observable and response engine, fresh out of the oven!
We highly recommend that you upgrade your existing installation to this new version as soon as feasible as it plugs a significant security vulnerability, kindly reported by Po-Hsing Wu. The vulnerability is a privilege escalation one which allows an orgadmin to create a superadmin user. The culprit has been punished by having to chant Perl mantras while doing a handstand on burning coals.
Additionally, Cortex 2.1.3 fixes the following bugs:
- #157: list and disable invalid responders
- #152: enforce PAP when launching an analyzer from the Cortex Web UI
- #147: add
digto the Cortex docker image as the SinkDB analyzer needs it
- #146: the Cortex job list must display the PAP value
- #145: fix the broken Web UI’s search function for job history
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