Detects 'Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)' vulnerability in DomainMOD affects v. 4.11.01.
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DomainMOD is an open-source web application that is used as an all-in-one solution for the management of domain names, websites, and SSL certificates. It offers a variety of features, including domain management, user management, bulk updates, and template-based automation to simplify the process of managing digital assets. This application aims to make it easier for website and domain owners to manage their digital assets from a single platform.
However, DomainMOD 4.11.01 has been found to have a critical vulnerability, CVE-2018-20010. This vulnerability allows attackers to inject malicious code into the username field on the assets/add/ssl-provider-account.php page, leading to a cross-site scripting (XSS) attack. This makes it possible for an attacker to gain access to sensitive information stored on the platform and potentially take over user accounts.
If this vulnerability is exploited, attackers could gain access to sensitive information like personal identifiable information (PII), financial data, SSL keys, email addresses, and passwords. They could also use an XSS payload to upload and execute malicious scripts, causing significant harm to the business or organization. This vulnerability is especially serious as the stored information on the DomainMOD database is sensitive and proprietary, making it attractive to attackers.
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