If you are reporting an exploit on your own site (rather than drawing our attention to a security notice) you'll probably need to do some investigation first - look at the server and database logs around the time the hack occurred, look at file and directory permissions and so on. Remember that the hacker is not necessarily gaining access through e107, even if the end result affects e107.
Tell us who found the issue can 'credit' them.
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