I understand Adobe is a big company, and the bigger you get, the more disorganized your website becomes. But I HATE using their website! Not only are searches prone to just spew out a myriad of useless non-related links, but the main navigation can't take me to where I want to go either.
Anyways, my CF10 servers are barking at me about Update 9 being out. They tell me to login and click the READ MORE link for more information (which takes me to http://www.adobe.com/support/security/bulletins/apsb13-10.html); but guess what, there's next to no information whatsoever on the page that outlines what this update addresses.
Look at this page, for ColdFusion 10 Update 1:
BEAUTIFUL. Outlines individual bugs that were resolved, and one could think that from here, I could just change the '01' in the URL to '09', but no. It's not that simple.
So can someone have pity on a person who's been trying to find the "ColdFusion 10 Update 9" information page, and fire me off a link so I can read up? Thank you.
Thank you for your post. We apologize for the inconvenience caused. Here is the Tech Note http://helpx.adobe.com/coldfusion/kb/coldfusion-security-hotfix-apsb13-10.html for ColdFusion Update 9.
Hope that helps.
Thanks Anit, but it seems even that page doesn't have information on what Update 9 fixes. It has a link in the middle of the page that takes me to another page (http://www.adobe.com/support/security/bulletins/apsb13-10.html) where I saw:
This hotfix resolves a vulnerability that could be exploited to impersonate an authenticated user (CVE-2013-1387).
This hotfix resolves a vulnerability that could be exploited by an unauthorized user to gain access to the ColdFusion administrator console (CVE-2013-1388).
I can only assume that these are the 2 issues addressed in the Update. I had to check the NVD to get info on these. I wonder why Adobe chose to change the format of it's Update pages. And why I couldn't just goto the ColdFusion page, choose "Updates" and see a list of Updates as well as what they each fixed.
"Simplicity is the Ultimate Sophistication" — Leonardo da Vinci