Detects 'Remote Code Execution (RCE)' vulnerability in DedeCMS affects v. 5.7.
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DedeCMS is an open-source content management system that was developed for the purpose of managing, creating, and publishing digital content such as websites, blogs and web applications. The CMS is popularly used by web developers and website owners as it provides a comprehensive and user-friendly interface for managing content. DedeCMS makes use of a template engine that supports the development of custom themes and plugins which enables users to modify and extend its functionality.
CVE-2018-7700 is a vulnerability that was detected in DedeCMS 5.7 which can lead to arbitrary code execution when exploited. The vulnerability is caused by a Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attack which occurs when an attacker tricks an authenticated user into executing a task on a vulnerable application without their knowledge or consent. In this case, the partcode parameter in a tag_test_action.php request can be manipulated by an attacker to execute PHP code.
When the CVE-2018-7700 vulnerability is exploited, it can lead to remote code execution on the affected website. This means that an attacker can execute arbitrary PHP code on the targeted website which can cause damage, such as defacing the site, stealing sensitive information, and installing malicious software. The vulnerability can also expose the website's visitors to further security risks as their information may also be compromised.
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