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CouchDB: Release 1.0.1, Fixes Both Data Loss Bug and Security Vulnerability

The much expected new CouchDB release, 1.0.1, is not only fixing the critical data loss bug discovered in CouchDB 1.0, but also a cross site request forgery vulnerability[1]:

  • Fix data corruption bug COUCHDB-844. Please see the release notice for details.
  • Added support for replication via an HTTP/HTTP proxy.
  • Fixed various replicator bugs for interop with older CouchDB versions.
  • Show fields saved along with _deleted=true. Allows for auditing of deletes.
  • Enable basic-auth popup when required to access the server, to prevent people from getting locked out.
  • User interface element for querying stale (cached) views.
  • Fixed CVE-2010-2234: Apache CouchDB Cross Site Request Forgery Attack

Good time to relax again ;-).

  1. The vulnerability is described ☞ here.  ()

CouchDB: Release 1.0.1, Fixes Both Data Loss Bug and Security Vulnerability originally posted on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL