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Prevent HTML decoding on by setting the proper editor context


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XSS issue where authenticated users with low privileges were able to add JavaScript to posts in the block editor.

This vulnerability affects the following application versions:

  • WordPress 3.6
  • WordPress 3.6.1
  • WordPress 3.7
  • WordPress 3.7.1
  • WordPress 3.7.2
  • WordPress 3.7.3
  • WordPress 3.7.4
  • WordPress 3.7.5
  • WordPress 3.7.6
  • WordPress 3.7.7
  • WordPress 3.7.8
  • WordPress 3.7.9
  • WordPress 3.7.10
  • WordPress 3.7.11
  • WordPress 3.7.12
  • WordPress 3.7.13
  • WordPress 3.7.14
  • WordPress 3.7.15
  • WordPress 3.7.16
  • WordPress 3.7.17
  • WordPress 3.7.18
  • WordPress 3.7.19
  • WordPress 3.7.20
  • WordPress 3.7.21
  • WordPress 3.7.22
  • WordPress 3.7.23
  • WordPress 3.7.24
  • WordPress 3.7.25
  • WordPress 3.7.26
  • WordPress 3.7.27
  • WordPress 3.7.28
  • WordPress 3.7.29
  • WordPress 3.7.30
  • WordPress 3.7.31
  • WordPress 3.7.32
  • WordPress 3.7.33
  • WordPress 3.8
  • WordPress 3.8.1
  • WordPress 3.8.2
  • WordPress 3.8.3
  • WordPress 3.8.4
  • WordPress 3.8.5
  • WordPress 3.8.6
  • WordPress 3.8.7
  • WordPress 3.8.8
  • WordPress 3.8.9
  • WordPress 3.8.10
  • WordPress 3.8.11
  • WordPress 3.8.12
  • WordPress 3.8.13
  • WordPress 3.8.14
  • WordPress 3.8.15
  • WordPress 3.8.16
  • WordPress 3.8.17
  • WordPress 3.8.18
  • WordPress 3.8.19
  • WordPress 3.8.20
  • WordPress 3.8.21
  • WordPress 3.8.22
  • WordPress 3.8.23
  • WordPress 3.8.24
  • WordPress 3.8.25
  • WordPress 3.8.26
  • WordPress 3.8.27
  • WordPress 3.8.28
  • WordPress 3.8.29
  • WordPress 3.8.30
  • WordPress 3.8.31
  • WordPress 3.8.32
  • WordPress 3.8.33
  • WordPress 3.9
  • WordPress 3.9.1
  • WordPress 3.9.2
  • WordPress 3.9.3
  • WordPress 3.9.4
  • WordPress 3.9.5
  • WordPress 3.9.6
  • WordPress 3.9.7
  • WordPress 3.9.8
  • WordPress 3.9.9
  • WordPress 3.9.10
  • WordPress 3.9.11
  • WordPress 3.9.12
  • WordPress 3.9.13
  • WordPress 3.9.14
  • WordPress 3.9.15
  • WordPress 3.9.16
  • WordPress 3.9.17
  • WordPress 3.9.18
  • WordPress 3.9.19
  • WordPress 3.9.20
  • WordPress 3.9.21
  • WordPress 3.9.22
  • WordPress 3.9.23
  • WordPress 3.9.24
  • WordPress 3.9.25
  • WordPress 3.9.26
  • WordPress 3.9.27
  • WordPress 3.9.28
  • WordPress 3.9.29
  • WordPress 3.9.30
  • WordPress 3.9.31
  • WordPress 4.0
  • WordPress 4.0.1
  • WordPress 4.0.2
  • WordPress 4.0.3
  • WordPress 4.0.4
  • WordPress 4.0.5
  • WordPress 4.0.6
  • WordPress 4.0.7
  • WordPress 4.0.8
  • WordPress 4.0.9
  • WordPress 4.0.10
  • WordPress 4.0.11
  • WordPress 4.0.12
  • WordPress 4.0.13
  • WordPress 4.0.14
  • WordPress 4.0.15
  • WordPress 4.0.16
  • WordPress 4.0.17
  • WordPress 4.0.18
  • WordPress 4.0.19
  • WordPress 4.0.20
  • WordPress 4.0.21
  • WordPress 4.0.22
  • WordPress 4.0.23
  • WordPress 4.0.24
  • WordPress 4.0.25
  • WordPress 4.0.26
  • WordPress 4.0.27
  • WordPress 4.0.28
  • WordPress 4.0.29
  • WordPress 4.0.30
  • WordPress 4.1
  • WordPress 4.1.1
  • WordPress 4.1.2
  • WordPress 4.1.3
  • WordPress 4.1.4
  • WordPress 4.1.5
  • WordPress 4.1.6
  • WordPress 4.1.7
  • WordPress 4.1.8
  • WordPress 4.1.9
  • WordPress 4.1.10
  • WordPress 4.1.11
  • WordPress 4.1.12
  • WordPress 4.1.13
  • WordPress 4.1.14
  • WordPress 4.1.15
  • WordPress 4.1.16
  • WordPress 4.1.17
  • WordPress 4.1.18
  • WordPress 4.1.19
  • WordPress 4.1.20
  • WordPress 4.1.21
  • WordPress 4.1.22
  • WordPress 4.1.23
  • WordPress 4.1.24
  • WordPress 4.1.25
  • WordPress 4.1.26
  • WordPress 4.1.27
  • WordPress 4.1.28
  • WordPress 4.1.29
  • WordPress 4.1.30
  • WordPress 4.2
  • WordPress 4.2.1
  • WordPress 4.2.2
  • WordPress 4.2.10
  • WordPress 4.2.11
  • WordPress 4.2.12
  • WordPress 4.2.13
  • WordPress 4.2.14
  • WordPress 4.2.15
  • WordPress 4.2.16
  • WordPress 4.2.17
  • WordPress 4.2.18
  • WordPress 4.2.19
  • WordPress 4.2.20
  • WordPress 4.2.21
  • WordPress 4.2.22
  • WordPress 4.2.23
  • WordPress 4.2.24
  • WordPress 4.2.25
  • WordPress 4.2.26
  • WordPress 4.2.3
  • WordPress 4.2.4
  • WordPress 4.2.5
  • WordPress 4.2.6
  • WordPress 4.2.7
  • WordPress 4.2.8
  • WordPress 4.2.9
  • WordPress 4.2.27
  • WordPress 4.3
  • WordPress 4.3.1
  • WordPress 4.3.2
  • WordPress 4.3.3
  • WordPress 4.3.4
  • WordPress 4.3.5
  • WordPress 4.3.6
  • WordPress 4.3.7
  • WordPress 4.3.8
  • WordPress 4.3.9
  • WordPress 4.3.10
  • WordPress 4.3.11
  • WordPress 4.3.12
  • WordPress 4.3.13
  • WordPress 4.3.14
  • WordPress 4.3.15
  • WordPress 4.3.16
  • WordPress 4.3.17
  • WordPress 4.3.18
  • WordPress 4.3.19
  • WordPress 4.3.20
  • WordPress 4.3.21
  • WordPress 4.3.22
  • WordPress 4.3.23
  • WordPress 4.4
  • WordPress 4.4.1
  • WordPress 4.4.2
  • WordPress 4.4.3
  • WordPress 4.4.4
  • WordPress 4.4.5
  • WordPress 4.4.6
  • WordPress 4.4.7
  • WordPress 4.4.8
  • WordPress 4.4.9
  • WordPress 4.4.10
  • WordPress 4.4.11
  • WordPress 4.4.12
  • WordPress 4.4.13
  • WordPress 4.4.14
  • WordPress 4.4.15
  • WordPress 4.4.16
  • WordPress 4.4.17
  • WordPress 4.4.18
  • WordPress 4.4.19
  • WordPress 4.4.20
  • WordPress 4.4.21
  • WordPress 4.4.22
  • WordPress 4.5
  • WordPress 4.5.1
  • WordPress 4.5.2
  • WordPress 4.5.3
  • WordPress 4.5.4
  • WordPress 4.5.5
  • WordPress 4.5.6
  • WordPress 4.5.7
  • WordPress 4.5.8
  • WordPress 4.5.9
  • WordPress 4.5.10
  • WordPress 4.5.11
  • WordPress 4.5.12
  • WordPress 4.5.13
  • WordPress 4.5.14
  • WordPress 4.5.15
  • WordPress 4.5.16
  • WordPress 4.5.17
  • WordPress 4.5.18
  • WordPress 4.5.19
  • WordPress 4.5.20
  • WordPress 4.5.21
  • WordPress 4.6
  • WordPress 4.6.1
  • WordPress 4.6.2
  • WordPress 4.6.3
  • WordPress 4.6.4
  • WordPress 4.6.5
  • WordPress 4.6.10
  • WordPress 4.6.11
  • WordPress 4.6.12
  • WordPress 4.6.13
  • WordPress 4.6.14
  • WordPress 4.6.15
  • WordPress 4.6.16
  • WordPress 4.6.17
  • WordPress 4.6.18
  • WordPress 4.6.6
  • WordPress 4.6.7
  • WordPress 4.6.8
  • WordPress 4.6.9
  • WordPress 4.7
  • WordPress 4.7.1
  • WordPress 4.7.2
  • WordPress 4.7.3
  • WordPress 4.7.4
  • WordPress 4.7.5
  • WordPress 4.7.6
  • WordPress 4.7.7
  • WordPress 4.7.8
  • WordPress 4.7.9
  • WordPress 4.7.10
  • WordPress 4.7.11
  • WordPress 4.7.12
  • WordPress 4.7.13
  • WordPress 4.7.14
  • WordPress 4.7.15
  • WordPress 4.7.16
  • WordPress 4.7.17
  • WordPress 4.8
  • WordPress 4.8.1
  • WordPress 4.8.2
  • WordPress 4.8.3
  • WordPress 4.8.4
  • WordPress 4.8.5
  • WordPress 4.8.6
  • WordPress 4.8.7
  • WordPress 4.8.8
  • WordPress 4.8.9
  • WordPress 4.8.10
  • WordPress 4.8.11
  • WordPress 4.8.12
  • WordPress 4.8.13
  • WordPress 4.9
  • WordPress 4.9.1
  • WordPress 4.9.2
  • WordPress 4.9.3
  • WordPress 4.9.4
  • WordPress 4.9.10
  • WordPress 4.9.11
  • WordPress 4.9.12
  • WordPress 4.9.13
  • WordPress 4.9.14
  • WordPress 4.9.5
  • WordPress 4.9.6
  • WordPress 4.9.7
  • WordPress 4.9.8
  • WordPress 4.9.9
  • WordPress 5.0
  • WordPress 5.0.1
  • WordPress 5.0.2
  • WordPress 5.0.3
  • WordPress 5.0.4
  • WordPress 5.0.6
  • WordPress 5.0.7
  • WordPress 5.0.8
  • WordPress 5.0.9
  • WordPress 5.0 Beta 1
  • WordPress 5.0 Beta 2
  • WordPress 5.0 Beta 3
  • WordPress 5.0 Beta 4
  • WordPress 5.0 RC1
  • WordPress 5.0 RC2
  • WordPress 5.0 RC3
  • WordPress 5.1
  • WordPress 5.1.1
  • WordPress 5.1.2
  • WordPress 5.1.3
  • WordPress 5.1.4
  • WordPress 5.1.5
  • WordPress 5.2
  • WordPress 5.2.1
  • WordPress 5.2.2
  • WordPress 5.2.3
  • WordPress 5.2.4
  • WordPress 5.2.5
  • WordPress 5.2.6
  • WordPress 5.2 Beta 1
  • WordPress 5.2 Beta 2
  • WordPress 5.3
  • WordPress 5.3.1
  • WordPress 5.3.2
  • WordPress 5.3.3
  • WordPress 5.4
  • WordPress 5.4.1
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