I just noticed that the files in the 10.3.3.17 update for Linux have access rights that differ from what I’m used to.
They all appear to have all rights granted, like this:
-rwxrwxr-x 1 axigen axigen 98 Jun 10 15:52 branding_show_photo.hsp
-rwxrwxr-x 1 axigen axigen 728 Jun 10 15:52 config.hsp
-rwxrwxr-x 1 axigen axigen 1050 Jun 10 15:52 config_branding.hsp
drwxrwxr-x 4 axigen axigen 4096 Jun 10 15:52 css
Maybe it’s not safe to install this update?
Thank your for your report - we’ll check internally and come back with our findings.
We have checked your report and found that the web archives patches were packed with a different procedure that have affected only the default files rights.
Our decision was to republish 10.3.3.17 patch archive but with correct packed web patches so all should be fine now.
Also, we have added some additional steps into our deployment procedure in order to prevent similar issues.
For anybody that have used previous patch archive they could just run the following command:
$ chmod -R 664 webadmin webmail
Once again many thanks for your report.
Thank you for the quick replies and solution.