An issue was discovered in the Quiz and Survey Master plugin before 7.0.1 for WordPress. It allows users to delete arbitrary files such as wp-config.php file, which could effectively take a site offline and allow Read more
Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures is a rundown of sections-each containing a recognizable proof number, a portrayal, and no less than one open reference-for freely known cybersecurity vulnerabilities. CVE Entries are utilized in various cybersecurity items and administrations from around the globe.
An issue was discovered in the XCloner Backup and Restore plugin before 4.2.153 for WordPress. It allows CSRF (via almost any endpoint). How to mitigate CVE-2020-35950 Time needed: 5 minutes. Follow the instructions, as they will Read more
An issue was discovered in the Quiz and Survey Master plugin before 7.0.1 for WordPress. It made it possible for unauthenticated attackers to upload arbitrary files and achieve remote code execution. If a quiz question Read more
An issue was discovered in the XCloner Backup and Restore plugin before 4.2.13 for WordPress. It gave authenticated attackers the ability to modify arbitrary files, including PHP files. Doing so would allow an attacker to Read more
An issue was discovered in the PageLayer plugin before 1.1.2 for WordPress. Nearly all of the AJAX action endpoints lacked permission checks, allowing these actions to be executed by anyone authenticated on the site. This Read more