CVE-2022-4383

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

Certain versions of CBX Petition For WordPress from Unknown contain the following vulnerability:

The CBX Petition for WordPress plugin through 1.0.3 does not properly sanitize and escape a parameter before using it in a SQL statement via an AJAX action available to unauthenticated users, leading to a SQL injection.

  • CVE-2022-4383 has been assigned by URL Logo [email protected] to track the vulnerability
  • Affected Vendor/Software: URL Logo Unknown - CBX Petition for WordPress version = 0

CVE References

Description Tags Link
CBX Petition for WordPress <= 1.0.3 - Unauthenticated SQLi WordPress Security Vulnerability web.archive.org
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URL Logo MISC wpscan.com/vulnerability/e0fe5a53-8ae2-4b67-ac6e-4a8860e39035

Known Affected Software

Vendor Product Version
Unknown CBX_Petition_for_WordPress= 0

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