Try running an update – you should be at 10.0.1.292
Jeff, thank you for the quick reply. I had already applied the 10.0.1 update and the security bulletin below that. I don't find an upgrade to 10.0.1.292. The last link below has some additional links. Do you know if the suggested upgrade is one of those (or should I just apply all of them?)?
These have been appliedThe Adobe® RoboHelp® 10.0.1 update fixes critical bugs that were found in Adobe RoboHelp 10 software.http://www.adobe.com/support/robohelp/downloads.html
XSS vulnerability fix
Additional Updates Found Here (but not specifically stated for 10.0.1.292)
Try using the Help > Updates route
Thanks. Haha. That was too easy.
We updated the PC, republished and get the same "document.write(strHtml)" error. Any other thoughts?
fyi, we also get multiple, similar errors already documented in http://forums.adobe.com/message/5392138#5392138
but it seems that is not a valid error by the opinion of the responder. We got these before too before the latest upgrade from 10.0.0.287 but I just thought I would mention it.
Where does this error occur? Some tools report XSS vulnerabilities that
not really classify as such.
The errors mentioned in the link are a mechanism for breadcrumbs. It
makes sure that the correct page in the TOC is highlighted when a topic
is used multiple times. It doesn't seem a real issue to me, but I'm no
security expert. The script just redirects the topic to itself with a
different parameter. No cross domain requests there.
If your security advisor thinks it is a real vulnerability, please file
a bug report on