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CVE-2010-4977 Scanner

Detects 'SQL Injection (SQLi)' vulnerability in Canteen component for Joomla! affects v. 1.0.


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The Canteen component for Joomla! is an extension module that facilitates menu management for food service providers, such as school cafeterias or restaurants. It enables vendors to create an online menu, manage food inventory, and track customer orders in real-time. Additionally, the Canteen component offers various payment options to clients, including online and offline payment methods, making it an efficient tool for any food service provider.

However, the Canteen component was found to have a serious vulnerability, known as CVE-2010-4977. This vulnerability allows remote hackers to execute arbitrary SQL commands via the mealid parameter in menu.php. Hackers can easily infiltrate the system by injecting malicious code, resulting in a complete breach of the confidentiality and integrity of data stored in the Canteen component.

If this vulnerability is exploited, it can lead to numerous issues. Firstly, sensitive information stored in the system, such as customer information, transaction data, and payment details, can be compromised. Moreover, such an intrusion can lead to complete denial of service, causing the shutdown of the entire Canteen component. Such an attack can bring significant financial and reputational damage to the food service provider.

At, we value the importance of digital security. Our platform offers advanced security features that can help protect against vulnerabilities like CVE-2010-4977. With our pro features, users can receive timely alerts regarding security threats and obtain immediate assistance in resolving any potential intrusions. By using our platform, food service providers can rest assured that their digital assets are safeguarded against malicious attacks.



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