CVE-2022-0316

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Last Modified on: 01/23/2023 05:17:00 PM UTC

Certain versions of WeStand from Unknown contain the following vulnerability:

The WeStand WordPress theme before 2.1, footysquare WordPress theme, aidreform WordPress theme, statfort WordPress theme, club-theme WordPress theme, kingclub-theme WordPress theme, spikes WordPress theme, spikes-black WordPress theme, soundblast WordPress theme, bolster WordPress theme from ChimpStudio and PixFill does not have any authorisation and upload validation in the lang_upload.php file, allowing any unauthenticated attacker to upload arbitrary files to the web server.

CVE References

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