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CVE-2017-0929 Scanner

Detects 'Server-Side-Request-Forgery (SSRF)' vulnerability in DNN (aka DotNetNuke) affects v. before 9.2.0.


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Single Scan

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Asset Owner

Estimated Time

10 sec

Scan only one


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CVE-2017-0929 Scanner Detail

DNN (DotNetNuke) is a popular content management system (CMS) that is widely used for website development and management. It is a web-based application that is primarily used for creating and managing web content, such as web pages, images, and other multimedia. DNN is built on the Microsoft .NET platform and is compatible with Windows hosting environments. The system is extensible, customizable, and easy to use for both developers and non-technical users.

However, DNN has had its fair share of security vulnerabilities, one of which is the CVE-2017-0929 vulnerability. This vulnerability affects versions of DNN prior to 9.2.0 and is caused by a Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) vulnerability in the DnnImageHandler class. An attacker can exploit this vulnerability to send a specially crafted request to the server, which can allow them to access information about internal network resources that are not normally accessible.

When exploited, the CVE-2017-0929 vulnerability can lead to several detrimental consequences for the victim. An attacker who successfully exploits this vulnerability can access sensitive information about the target organization's internal network, including user credentials, system settings, and other valuable data. This can lead to data breaches, loss of reputation, and financial loss for the victim organization.

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