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CVE-2014-10037 Scanner

Detects 'Directory Traversal' vulnerability in DomPHP affects v. 0.83 and earlier.

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Level

High

Type

Single Scan

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Asset Owner

Estimated Time

10 sec

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CVE-2014-10037 Scanner Detail

DomPHP is a powerful tool for web developers that can be used to create dynamic web applications. With features such as an easy-to-use interface, support for various databases, and built-in security measures, DomPHP is a popular choice among developers. However, as with any software, vulnerabilities can still arise. One such vulnerability is CVE-2014-10037.

CVE-2014-10037 is a directory traversal vulnerability that can allow remote attackers to have an unspecified impact by exploiting a ".." or "dot dot" in the url parameter to photoalbum/index.php. This vulnerability can be extremely dangerous if exploited as it can give attackers access to sensitive information or even allow them to take control of the web application.

If this vulnerability is exploited, an attacker could gain access to files and directories that they should not have access to. This could include sensitive information such as user passwords, credit card information, or other confidential data. In some cases, attackers may even be able to take control of the web application and use it to launch further attacks against other systems or networks.

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