TLCC Notes and Domino Newsletter

Published on August 7,2017

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In This TLCC Newsletter:
1. MWLUG Next Week - Come to my session on Domino Security!
2. Latest Interim Fixes for IBM Domino 9.0.1
3. Planned Additions in IBM Notes and Domino 9.0.1 Feature Pack 9
4. Upcoming Events for IBM Collaborative Solutions Professionals
5. Attention IBM Employees - TLCC's courses are available at the Talent@IBM site
6. No-charge Courses and Resources at TLCC's site

1. MWLUG Next Week - Come to my session on Domino Security!

MWLUG will hold their event in Alexandria, VA (just minutes from the Washington, D.C. airport) this week (August 8th to 10th).

Andrew Pollock and myself will be hosting a session on Tuesday at 6:00 PM, BP101 - Can Domino Be Hacked? Lessons We Can Learn From the Security Community. This session is about what I learned in my recent training to pass the Certifed Information Systems Manager (CISM) and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) exams and how security best practices from the security world can be applied to our Domino environments. You might not be as secure as you thought! Below is our session description:

The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is an open source community dedicated to improving software security. OWASP publishes a Top 10 list of common security issues in web applications with suggestions on how to alleviate them. This session will examine the OWASP Top Ten list of security suggestions and relate them to the Domino world and how you can better secure your Notes and Domino applications. Both administrators and developers will gain valuable insights into how to best protect sensitive information we maintain in our Domino environments!

There are still a few spaces at MWLUG! If you can get to the Washington, DC area come on by! For more information on MWLUG and to register go to:

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2. Latest Interim Fixes for IBM Domino 9.0.1

Below are the interim fixes for IBM Domino 9.0.1, Feature Pack 8. Be sure to keep up to date to stay safe!!!

Interim Fix 4 - Fix a potential memory corruption issue.

Interim Fix 3:
ERR_SUMMARY_TOO_BIG error thrown from CredStore when create DominoSecretyKey in Verse On Premise.
Out of bounds memory read in NAPI toJavaString
Security Bulletin: Fix Available for IBM iNotes Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability (CVE-2017-1327) Security Bulletin: Fix Available for IBM iNotes SVG Keylogger Vulnerability (CVE-2017-1214) (technote 2002015)

Interim Fix 2 - Security Bulletin: IBM Domino server IMAP EXAMINE command stack buffer overflow (CVE-2017-1274) (technote 2002280)

Interim Fix 1:
Add new JNI wrappers to jNotes
If the tag includes some illegal characters, will be output not commentted as before.
After upgrade to FP8, with disclaimers enabled, .pdf attachments have content-transfer-encoding of binary
Perf issue w/ nifnsf enabled
Form Validation not working on an XPage

For more information on these Interim Fixes go to:

3. Planned Additions in IBM Notes and Domino 9.0.1 Feature Pack 9

IBM is planning on releasing Feature Pack 9 soon for IBM Notes and Domino 9.0.1 and they have released a preliminary list of the new features as well as the fixes included in this release.

To see a list of the new features/fixes in Feature Pack 9 go to:

4. Upcoming Events for IBM Collaborative Solutions Professionals

MWLUG in Alexandria, VA on August 8-10, 2017

Social Connections in Austria on October 16th and 17th

5. Attention IBM Employees - TLCC's Notes and Domino 9 courses are available at the Talent@IBM site

TLCC's technical courses are available at the Talent @ IBM site for IBM employees including the XPages courses. There is no need to use a credit card or get a purchase order! (Note, there may be an internal department charge depending on your geography.)

To see a complete list of courses available to IBM employees and suggested skills paths go to:

6. No-charge Courses and Resources at TLCC's site

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