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Online Business Center 1.35 Release Notes

Release Date: Sunday, December 11, 2016

Release Number: 1.35

Fixed Issues

Corrected User Authorization

Previously, a system vulnerability existed, allowing unauthorized users to view or to modify agreement data if they changed the numeric value of the record parameter in the browser address bar.

This issue is corrected.

Corrected Information Vulnerability

The system uses the MD5 algorithm to hash all user passwords, meaning the alphanumeric user password is transformed into a fixed-length numeric value. When the hash value is passed to the source of the profile page, the value could be vulnerable to potential attackers. The attackers could, therefore, potentially compromise all passwords in the database.

This issue is corrected.



Cross-Browser Compatibility

Version 1.35 includes new logic, enabling cross-browser compatibility. Cross-browser compatibility ensures the Online Business Center correctly functions in several browser environments and degrades gracefully if a browser does not support certain features.

The Online Business Center now works with the following browsers:

  • Microsoft® Internet Explorer, versions 7-11
    Microsoft, Encarta, MSN, and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
  • Chrome™ browser, version 52
  • © 2015 Google Inc, used with permission. Google and the Google logo are registered trademarks of Google Inc.
  • Mozilla Firefox®, version 47
    Mozilla Firefox® Policy:
  • Safari®, version 9, including iOS
    Copyright © 2016 Apple Inc. All rights reserved.

Agreement images are in TIF/TIFF format. When you view agreement images, each browser has a default download procedure:

  • Microsoft® Internet Explorer prompts the user about the download action.
  • Chrome™ browser shows the downloaded file at the bottom of the browser and saves the file to the Downloads folder on a Windows PC.
  • Mozilla Firefox® prompts the user about the download action.
  • Safari® iOS and Safari® desktop automatically open the image file in a browser tab.