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Topic review - Resolving security issues
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  Post subject:  Resolving security issues  Reply with quote
Dear Forum,

I am a new member here, but I use Singular with lots of joy since last year. I recently created SingularWebService ( to make it possible to run Singular commands remotely via HTTP, primarily for using it with GeoGebra (

Today I learned that the
command may be a security hole in SingularWS. Thus I added the
command line option at to prevent entering arbitrary shell command remotely. (SingularWebService is an anonymous service.)

If my change is acceptable for the developers, I would be happy if you could merge this enhancement to the official version.

Thank you and best regards,

Zoltán Kovács
Research Assistant at the Department of Mathematics Education
Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
Post Posted: Thu Nov 08, 2012 1:31 pm

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