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CVE-2023-30019 Scanner

Detects 'Server-Side-Request-Forgery (SSRF)' vulnerability in Imgproxy affects v. 3.14.0 and before.


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Imgproxy is a popular open-source image processing server that is used for the dynamic processing and optimization of images. It allows users to resize and optimize images by generating an URL that accepts a set of image parameters. This URL is generated on the client-side and then sends it to the server for processing. Imgproxy is widely used by online businesses and web developers looking to provide optimized images to their users while minimizing the server load.

A vulnerability code, CVE-2023-30019, has recently been detected in Imgproxy. The vulnerability is related to Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF), which typically takes place when an attacker tricks the server into making requests to other web pages. In the case of Imgproxy, the vulnerability is caused by a lack of proper sanitization of the imageURL parameter. This allows an attacker to forge requests and interact with back-end resources and internal systems.

When exploited by an attacker, the vulnerability can lead to a number of potential consequences. For instance, attackers can use it to bypass authentication mechanisms and access sensitive data stored on back-end systems. In some cases, attackers can also use the vulnerability to execute arbitrary code on the server. This can result in a complete compromise of the system, leading to data loss or theft, and other forms of cybercrime.

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