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Email from user: "A 'fix' for the file upload vulnerability seems to have been introduced in version 3.0.2 with the cryptic description "Fixed some data issues." However I hope you're aware that the vulnerability still exists and can be exploited by simply changing Content-Type in the HTTP request. You're trusting the client to be honest about Content-Type when you check "type" from $_FILES. The very first comment at http://php.net/manual/en/reserved.variables.files.php warns about this." Additional notes: File is uploaded to the '/wp-content/uploads/catalog_enquiry/' directory. Content type of "image/png" works.
|Publicly Published||2017-04-20 (about 1 year ago)|
|Added||2017-07-19 (11 months ago)|
|Last Updated||2017-07-19 (11 months ago)|
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