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A buffer overflow in Mikrotik RouterOS 6.47 allows unauthenticated attackers to cause a denial of service (DOS) via crafted FTP requests.
A buffer overflow in Mikrotik RouterOS 6.47 allows unauthenticated attackers to cause a denial of service (DOS) via crafted SMB requests.
The Yoast SEO WordPress plugin before 17.3 discloses the full internal path of featured images in posts via the wp/v2/posts REST endpoints which could help an attacker identify other vulnerabilities or help during the exploitation of other identified vulnerabilities.
The WHMCS Bridge WordPress plugin before 6.4b does not sanitise and escape the error parameter before outputting it back in admin dashboard, leading to a Reflected Cross-Site Scripting
The Maps Plugin using Google Maps for WordPress plugin before 1.8.4 does not have CSRF checks in most of its AJAX actions, which could allow attackers to make logged in admins delete arbitrary posts and update the plugin's settings via a CSRF attack
The WP Visitor Statistics (Real Time Traffic) WordPress plugin before 5.5 does not have authorisation and CSRF checks in the updateIpAddress AJAX action, allowing any authenticated user to call it, or make a logged in user do it via a CSRF attack and add an arbitrary IP address to exclude. Furthermore, due to the lack of validation, sanitisation and escaping, users could set a malicious value and perform Cross-Site Scripting attacks against logged in admin
The WP User WordPress plugin before 7.0 does not sanitise and escape some parameters in pages where the [wp_user] shortcode is used, leading to Reflected Cross-Site Scripting issues
The Maps Plugin using Google Maps for WordPress plugin before 1.8.1 does not have proper authorisation and CSRF in most of its AJAX actions, which could allow any authenticated users, such as subscriber to delete arbitrary posts and update the plugin's settings.
The Post Snippets WordPress plugin before 3.1.4 does not have CSRF check when importing files, allowing attacker to make a logged In admin import arbitrary snippets. Furthermore, imported snippers are not sanitised and escaped, which could lead to Stored Cross-Site Scripting issues