A vulnerability was discovered in Shiny Server that could allow the download of published application source code directly from the server. This issue affects both Shiny Server Pro and the open source Shiny Server product.
We recommend upgrading to the new version immediately. If this is not possible, please contact email@example.com who will supply an interim fix that can be applied to the configuration.
In addition to the important security patch described above, the following items have been addressed in this release:
Review the full Shiny Server Pro Release Notes.
To perform an upgrade, download the newer package and install it using your package manager. Existing configuration settings are respected. Instructions are available for the following operating systems:
Please contact our Support Team if you encounter any issues with the upgrade process.
To upgrade open source Shiny Server, download the newer package and install it using your package manager. Existing configuration settings are respected. Instructions are available for the following operating systems:
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