Critical vulnerability in the core of Drupal versions ? 7 and 8

www.drupal.org/SA-CORE-2018-002
 
 
A week ago, Drupal Security Team announced a serious fix on March 2? which closes the critical bug in security, which is relevant for all versions of Drupal 6.x, 7.x and 8.x. The bug allows an attacker to gain access to the hosting server with the rights of the web server. A known public exploit that exploits this vulnerability is not yet available, but it is likely to appear in the very near future, therefore it is strongly recommended that all the happy website owners on Drupal or those who support it maintain the update as soon as possible.
 
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Broadcast one-to-many: do you need a media server?          
  TL; DR - YES.     
    
 Another article by our Israeli colleague on WebRTC and calls between browsers is translated for Habr. We at Voximplant develop our own solution for organizing videoconferences through the server and we can say that yes, that's it. Peer-to-peer thing is good, but it does not work in all cases. And it's not so easy to make a good videoconference through a server when a lot of different web browsers and mobile devices connect to the server, each with its connection to the Internet and its implementation of the video stack. After a while we will talk about the insides of our decision, and now the word is passed on to Tzachi Levent-Levy, the creator of          
  TL; DR - YES.     
    
 Another article by our Israeli colleague on WebRTC and calls between browsers is translated for Habr. We at Voximplant develop our own solution for organizing videoconferences through the server and we can say that yes, that's it. Peer-to-peer thing is good, but it does not work in all cases. And it's not so easy to make a good videoconference through a server when a lot of different web browsers and mobile devices connect to the server, each with its connection to the Internet and its implementation of the video stack. After a while we will talk about the insides of our decision, and now the word is passed on to Tzachi Levent-Levy, the creator of
 
TL; DR - YES.
 
 
Another article by our Israeli colleague on WebRTC and calls between browsers is translated for Habr. We at Voximplant develop our own solution for organizing videoconferences through the server and we can say that yes, that's it. Peer-to-peer thing is good, but it does not work in all cases. And it's not so easy to make a good videoconference through a server when a lot of different web browsers and mobile devices connect to the server, each with its connection to the Internet and its implementation of the video stack. After a while we will talk about the insides of our decision...
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