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Bitbucket Server 6.7.3 remote code execution violation bug fixes disappeared

I'm running Bitbucket Server 6.7.1 and I saw three bug fixes for 6.7.3 relating to Remote Code Execution errors on the Bitbucket 6.7 release notes page. I believe it had to do with the in-code editor.

They linked to these issues (which now display that the issue does not exist)


What happened to the issues? Is 6.7.1 a safe version to run or do I need to upgrade to 6.7.3 anyway?

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Daniel Eads Atlassian Team Jan 15, 2020

Hey there,

We published a security advisory just a few minutes ago which applies to your current Bitbucket Server version (6.7.1). As these vulnerabilities are listed as critical, the related issues on were set to private until we publicly announced the advisory. Sorry for the confusion briefly while these issues made it into the release notes but you weren't able to access the details.

The public advisory is available here:

Emails have been sent to technical contacts for accounts with Bitbucket licenses. If you didn't get an email yet but feel like you should have, you can check your communication preferences at, then look at the "Tech Alerts" section to see which products you're subscribed to alerts for.

Given that only 1 of the 3 vulnerabilities in the advisory has a workaround, I would suggest upgrading to 6.7.3 anyway.

Daniel | Atlassian Support

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