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CVE-2016-1000136 Scanner

Detects 'Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)' vulnerability in Heat Trackr plugin for WordPress affects v. 1.0.


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The Heat Trackr plugin for WordPress is a popular plugin used by website owners to track and analyze their user's behavior on their website. It provides an easy way to monitor user engagement through heat maps and click maps, giving website owners an insight into how users navigate through their site. With the help of this plugin, businesses can improve their website design and offer an enhanced user experience.

CVE-2016-1000136 is a reflected XSS vulnerability detected in the Heat Trackr v1.0 plugin. This vulnerability allows attackers to inject malicious scripts into a victim's browser, making it possible to steal user credentials or to redirect users to malicious websites. The vulnerability arises from the lack of proper input sanitization, leaving the plugin open to potential attacks.

When exploited, this vulnerability can lead to disastrous consequences for website owners and their users. Attackers can easily access user data, manipulate website content, and redirect website visitors to malicious pages never intended by the website owner. This could potentially result in serious reputation damage, legal liabilities, and financial losses.

Thanks to the pro features of the platform, website owners can access real-time vulnerability intelligence information, enabling them to keep their website safe and secure. With just a few clicks, they can get an overview of their website's vulnerabilities, prioritize them by severity, and get recommendations on how to fix them. This eliminates any guesswork and helps website owners stay ahead of potential attacks, protecting their digital assets and avoiding reputational damage.



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