Release notes 5.6


What's new


Blacklist domains option in Global Configuration

Administrators can choose to blacklist a pre-defined list of private networks, hosts or subnets to avoid Server Side Request Forgeries (SSRF) using the Blacklist domains configuration option. This feature comes in handy when deploying your instance to any Cloud platform such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and so on.

By default, this option is disabled. If enabled, and if a request from any of the blacklisted sites is received, an error message is displayed. However, if users still need to access a blacklisted site, they must contact their system administrator to disable this option. Click the link named listed (in the description beneath the option) to view the pre-defined list of the most commonly blacklisted domains in a pop-up window.

Enhanced security against XSS vulnerabilities

This app version now provides enhanced security to handle any cross-site scripting from the macros.

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