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CVE-2022-27984 Scanner

Detects 'SQL injection' vulnerability in Cuppa CMS affects version 1.0.


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10 sec

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Domain, Ipv4



Cuppa CMS is a content management system designed for ease of use and flexibility. It allows users to create, manage, and publish content on websites efficiently. Developed with a focus on user experience, Cuppa CMS offers a range of features for website customization, including templates, plugins, and user management tools. It's utilized by web developers and organizations to maintain dynamic websites and web applications. The simplicity and extensibility of Cuppa CMS make it a popular choice for small to medium-sized businesses and personal projects.

The SQL injection vulnerability identified in Cuppa CMS v1.0, marked by CVE-2022-27984, represents a critical security risk. This flaw exists in the 'menu_filter' parameter at the /administrator/templates/default/html/windows/right.php endpoint. By exploiting this vulnerability, attackers can manipulate SQL queries by injecting malicious SQL code, leading to unauthorized database access. This can result in data theft, database corruption, and potentially full system compromise.

Specifically, the vulnerability is triggered by sending a specially crafted POST request to the 'right.php' file. This request includes the 'menu_filter' parameter, which is not properly sanitized, allowing for SQL command injection. The exploitation of this vulnerability requires authenticated access to the CMS, indicating that an attacker would need valid credentials or to exploit another vulnerability for initial access. Once exploited, the attacker can execute arbitrary SQL commands, affecting the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of the database and the CMS.

Successful exploitation could lead to a range of adverse effects, including unauthorized access to sensitive data within the database, such as user credentials and personal information. It could also allow attackers to modify or delete data, disrupt service by corrupting database content, and potentially gain administrative access to the CMS. The critical nature of this vulnerability underscores the need for immediate remediation to prevent potential breaches and data loss.

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