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Fix security component causing black holes on error pages.

Fixes #2966
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1 parent 645e981 commit fec6c1c6cb022b59a4332c2d1a3238dff6b7af4c @markstory markstory committed Jun 17, 2012
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  1. +4 −0 lib/Cake/Controller/Component/SecurityComponent.php
4 lib/Cake/Controller/Component/SecurityComponent.php
@@ -205,6 +205,10 @@ class SecurityComponent extends Component {
* @return void
public function startup(Controller $controller) {
+ if ($controller->name == 'CakeError') {
+ return true;
+ }
$this->request = $controller->request;
$this->_action = $this->request->params['action'];

3 comments on commit fec6c1c

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ADmad commented on fec6c1c Jun 18, 2012

I feel this is the wrong place to do this fix. Instead of patching the component itself the Security component should be disabled in CakeErrorController::__construct() before calling the Controller::startupProcess(). If someone is using a custom exception renderer with a custom controller for rendering view this check would be useless anyway.

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AuthComponent has the same check in the same place. I agree though it might be a better solution to have the controller disable those components as part of its startup process. I'll make that change, as I felt this was a bit icky at the time.

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ADmad commented on fec6c1c Jun 18, 2012

Yup same change would be required for Auth too.

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