Month: July 2023

easyii CMS RCE


1. Unrestricted File Upload Vulnerability (CVE-2022-3771): The first vulnerability allows attackers to perform unrestricted file uploads through the function `Upload::file` in the `helpers/Upload.php` file of the File Upload Management component. Attackers can exploit this vulnerability remotely, potentially leading to unauthorized access, data manipulation, and disruption of the system’s availability. An exploit for this vulnerability is …

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easyii CMS RCE


The digital realm is ever-evolving, but with its evolution comes a barrage of vulnerabilities ready to exploit unsuspecting systems. Notably, easyii CMS, a renowned content management system, recently found itself under the spotlight for two major vulnerabilities that could potentially compromise system integrity and data confidentiality. These findings underscore the significance of proactive cybersecurity measures in today’s connected world


XSS and CORS Bypass in Youtube (Ebook)

In today’s interconnected digital landscape, web applications have become an integral part of our daily lives, offering a wide range of functionalities and services. However, with this growing dependence on web technologies, the need for robust security measures to protect users from potential threats has become paramount. Two of the most crucial security mechanisms deployed …

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XSS and CORS Bypass in YouTube

As technology’s tentacles stretch deeper into every facet of our digital lives, the vulnerability landscape gets more intricate. Recently, a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability was unearthed in the seemingly innocuous territory of the YouTube Creator Academy’s quiz submission feature. The discovery showcases that even the titans of the digital world, like YouTube, are not invulnerable to cyber threats.

Threat Intel Roundup: Office, Zimbra, GhostSec, DLL Sideloading

10 July- 17 July Technical Summary PHP-CGI Exploit Attempts: Phishing Sites Impersonating ARKHAM: Key Findings it is crucial for organizations and individuals to prioritize remediation and patching efforts to safeguard their systems and data. The following key findings highlight the importance of proactive measures to mitigate risks associated with various vulnerabilities and threats:

XSS to LFI in Runcode Feature in znote

XSS to LFI in Runcode Feature in alagrede/znote-app (Ebook)

The attack surface of Electron applications is characterized by the combination of web technologies (HTML, CSS, JavaScript) and the integration of Node.js runtime. While this provides powerful capabilities for building feature-rich applications, it also introduces new attack vectors and potential security risks. In the presented attack scenario, an attacker exploits a chain of vulnerabilities starting …

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XSS to LFI in Runcode Feature in znote

XSS to LFI in Runcode Feature in alagrede/znote-app

Electron has rapidly ascended the ranks in the world of desktop application development, captivating developers with its unique proposition of crafting cross-platform applications leveraging web technologies. This democratization of app development, while pioneering, doesn’t come without its caveats. Amidst the brilliance of Electron’s capabilities lie potential security pitfalls that developers and organizations must recognize and tackle head-on.

Week in Overview(3 July-10 July)

Week in Overview(3 July- 10 July)

RocketMQ Remote Command Execution: RocketMQ versions 5.1.0 and below are vulnerable to remote command execution due to certain conditions. This vulnerability affects multiple components, including NameServer, Broker, and Controller, which are exposed on the extranet without permission verification. Exploiting this flaw, an attacker can leverage the update configuration function to execute commands as the system …

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grafana attack surface

Grafana Attack Surface

Grafana 7.5.1, a popular open-source analytics and monitoring platform, contains two critical vulnerabilities that can be exploited by attackers. The first vulnerability is a server-side request forgery (SSRF) found in the function `sendWebRequestSync` within the `pkg/services/notification/webhook.go` file. The second vulnerability is a directory traversal issue identified in the function `DownloadFile` within `pkg/cmd/grafana-cli/services/api_client.go`. These vulnerabilities have …

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grafana attack surface

Grafana Attack Surface

The world of open-source analytics and monitoring has witnessed the meteoric rise of Grafana, a tool celebrated for its extensive features and user-friendly interface. Grafana 7.5.1, in particular, has become a staple for many developers and organizations. However, the very nature of software development ensures that no platform, regardless of its acclaim, is immune to vulnerabilities. Recent revelations have pinpointed two critical security flaws in this version, warranting immediate attention and mitigation.

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