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Security security hole recently found in AWStats

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Warning, a security hole was recently found in AWStats versions from 5.0 to 6.2 when AWStats is used as a CGI: A remote user can execute arbitrary commands on your server using permissions of your web server user (in most cases user "nobody"). If you use AWStats with another version or is not available as a CGI, you are safe. If not, it is highly recommanded to upgrade to 6.4 version that fix all known security holes. info source

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