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CVE-2021-43574 Scanner

Detects 'Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)' vulnerability in Atmail affects v. 6.5.0.


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Estimated Time

10 sec

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Atmail is a popular email hosting solution that allows businesses to create and manage their email accounts. This web-based application provides its users with an intuitive and easy-to-use interface that is packed with features including email administration, spam filtering, virus protection, and calendar management. The Atmail 6.5.0 version, which was released in 2012, however, is no longer supported by the vendor, leaving it exposed to security vulnerabilities.

CVE-2021-43574 is one of such security vulnerabilities detected in this product. This particular vulnerability can be exploited through the WebAdmin Control Panel and is available via the format parameter to the default URI. This means that attackers can inject malicious code into emails to execute malicious attacks, making the system vulnerable to cross-site scripting (XSS).

When CVE-2021-43574 is exploited, it can lead to significant damage to the system's security and integrity. Attackers can potentially trick users into clicking on malicious links or executing scripts that steal sensitive information such as login credentials, personal data, or company secrets. The end result could cause severe damage to the reputation of the business and even lead to financial losses.

At, our pro features provide individuals and businesses with the ability to quickly and easily learn about vulnerabilities in their digital assets. With this platform, users can search for vulnerabilities by specific product name, type of vulnerability, and severity level. By leveraging our tools and resources, you can stay ahead of the curve and prevent security risks before they become serious threats.



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