It has been over 19 months since Drupalgeddon, which refers to Drupal’s Security Advisory (SA) SA-CORE-2014-005. For those unfamiliar with it, it was a highly critical SQL Injection (SQLi) vulnerability that allowed an attacker to arbitrarily execute SQL commands remotely, leading to potential privilege escalation issues and execution of PHP code on the server.  The vulnerability…

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