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Avoiding the Clickjacking vulnerability on OpenEdge Management/Explorer

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TitleAvoiding the Clickjacking vulnerability on OpenEdge Management/Explorer
URL NameAvoiding-the-Clickjacking-vulnerability-on-OpenEdge-Management-Explorer
Article Number000112025
EnvironmentPorduct: OpenEdge
Version: 10.x, 11.x
OS: All supported platforms
Other: OpenEdge Management/Explorer
Question/Problem Description
Avoiding the Clickjacking vulnerability on OpenEdge Management/Explorer.
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Clickjacking (also called User Interface redress attack) is a malicious technique to deceive users to make them click or type into a different web page from what it was originally intended.

Later versions than OE 11.3 of OpenEdge Management/Explorer have protections against the Clickjacking vulnerability.

Upgrade to OpenEdge 11.4 or later versions to avoid this potential problem. 

We recommend to enable SSL for OpenEdge Management/Explorer to minimize risks. For further information refer to Article:
Last Modified Date11/20/2020 7:24 AM
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