Evernote for Windows patch resolves stored XSS vulnerability

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Evernote has patched a flaw in the Microsoft Windows version of the app which permitted stored XSS attacks to occur.

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The vulnerability, CVE-2018-18524, has been resolved in Evernote for Windows 6.16.1 beta.

The main security flaw impacted Evernote for Windows 6.14 and was discovered by TongQing Zhu from the Knownsec 404 team.

As described in a blog post last week, the cross-site scripting (XSS) issue was uncovered as local files — including win.ini and calc.exe — were able to be read.

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Evernote permitted the use of characters and phrases such as “onclick = “alert(1) ” when renaming and opening image files, and it

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