WordPress Leads 1.6.1-1.6.2 - Stored XSSSign up to our free email alerts service for instant vulnerability notifications!
The WordPress Leads plugin exposes a number of functions via AJAX to Anonymous users via the ‘nopriv_’ prefix. One of these functions that is registered in ‘leads/shared/classes/class.lead-storage.php’ controls the insertion of leads into the database. A number of fields accepted as POST parameters (since they are merged into the $args array) can be manipulated to include arbitrary content, such as HTML or Java Script. This content is then output to users with access to the Leads section of the WordPress Administrator (wp-admin/edit.php?post_type=wp-lead), in addition to the WordPress Admin home page by default (due to widgets being output). This would result in malicious code being executed under the context of the current user, with the possibility of modifying WordPress settings, or users, to facilitate escalation of access.
fixed in version 1.6.3
|OWASP Top 10||A3: Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)|
|Publicly Published||2015-03-31 (about 3 years ago)|
|Added||2015-03-31 (about 3 years ago)|
|Last Updated||2015-05-15 (almost 3 years ago)|
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