Detects 'Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)' vulnerability in Art Gallery Management System Project affects v. 1.0.
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The Art Gallery Management System Project v1.0 is a software application designed for galleries, museums and art enthusiasts to exhibit, organize and manage their collections. It offers a range of user-friendly features, such as streamlined cataloguing, display options, and an intuitive user interface, making it an ideal solution for the needs of the art community.
However, this seemingly ideal software application has been found to possess a serious vulnerability, specifically identified as CVE-2023-23161. This reflected cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability arises when an attacker injects a specially crafted payload into the artname parameter, which can be found under ART TYPE option in the navigation bar. This vulnerability, when exploited, can allow the attacker to steal sensitive information, such as user credentials, credit card details, or worse still, execute arbitrary web scripts or HTML codes on the vulnerable system.
The consequences of such an attack can be severe. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability to inject malicious code within the system’s user interface. Once done, the attacker could use this code to hijack user sessions, spread malware to other users and systems or even render the system unusable. In the most extreme case, attackers could install backdoors that enable them to execute cyberattacks in the future.
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