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CMS-XML VM I-Net: Java 7 Update 21 and Java 6 Update 45 break ability to use file explorer on end-user's PC
Exception in thread "Thread-84" java.lang.SecurityException: JVM Shared, not allowed to set security manager
CMS-XML Is Version Manager affected by CVE-2014-7810: Apache Tomcat Security Manager Bypass?
Is Version Manager affected by CVE-2014-7810: Apache Tomcat Security Manager Bypass?
CMS-XML VM 8.5 - Embedded JRE has security vulnerabilities and a bug that intermittently breaks SSL
VM 8.5 - Embedded JRE has security vulnerabilities and a bug that intermittently breaks SSL
CMS-XML After installing Java 7 Update 55, VM I-Net web client users get additional Security Warning dialogs
When users login to the VM I-Net web client, they typically only see one security dialog: However, as off Java 7 Update 55, the following Security Warning is additionally shown for every login: Clicking More Information reveals the following:
CMS-XML Java Applet gives certificate revocation warning or fails to run after installing Java 7 Update 25 (or newer) on clients in a secured network
When Java 7 Update 25 (or newer) is installed on an end-user's PC in a secured network, meaning a network that cannot reach the Internet, attempts to run the web client for Dimensions CM or PVCS Version Manager may result in an warning similar to: If the Java Security Level has been set to Very High, instead of the message above users may get an error similar to: with the More Information button revealing:
CMS-XML VM 8.5 - Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM warning: You have loaded library /usr/serena/vm/common/lib/linux/libpvcsjvms.so which might have disabled stack guard.
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM warning: You have loaded library /usr/serena/vm/common/lib/linux/libpvcsjvms.so which might have disabled stack guard. The VM will try to fix the stack guard now.
CMS-XML PVCS VM Tomcat web server should enable additional security features by default
This issue aims to increase security by changing the default behavior of the PVCS Version Manager Application Server as follows: Enable Anti-ClickJacking. Disable the Axis 2 administrative interface.
CMS-XML Click "ALERT: A57" for Java 1.7.x updates solutions for Serena web clients using the Java plug-in may randomly stop working after 14 January 2014.
Due to security enhancements that have been added to Java 7 as of update 25, the release of a new JRE on Oracle's website will automatically block certain features in the older versions of Java plug-ins that may be installed on your system. These blocked features will prevent the web client of certain Serena products from working, such as Dimensions CM and PVCS Version Manager. If you are using Dimensions CM, please see Knowledgebase Solution S140201
CMS-XML VM I-Net: Java 7 Update 21 and Java 6 Update 45 trigger warnings for the Java version check applet
To check the release of Java that is installed, Version Manager uses an unsigned applet that reads the JRE version number. As this is a very benign query, there never was a need to sign this type of applet. As of Java 7 Update 21 and Java 6 Update 45, Java's security model has been changed such that any unsigned code that is launched from Javascript will bring up an alert of the following type:
CMS-XML VM I-Net Web Client users keep experiencing a Java plugin crash in Firefox after upgrading to Firefox 42 or newer
This is a general problem running Java applets in Firefox 42 and beyond, resulting from Mozilla tightening the plugin security as of that update. A bug in the Oracle Java plugin causes it to crash under these circumstances.
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