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CVE-2010-5286 Scanner

Detects 'Directory Traversal' vulnerability in Jstore component for Joomla! affects v. Unknown.

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Level

Critical

Type

Single Scan

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Estimated Time

10 sec

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CVE-2010-5286 Scanner Detail

Jstore is a popular component used in Joomla! websites to manage product listings and purchases. It is a useful tool for online businesses that sell multiple products through a user-friendly interface. The component allows users to organize and showcase their products in a professional manner, making it easier for customers to navigate and purchase items.

The CVE-2010-5286 vulnerability detected in Jstore can cause serious harm to businesses that use the product. This vulnerability occurs when remote attackers use a ".." in the controller parameter to index.php. This means that these attackers can exploit the component, allowing them to read arbitrary files and possibly breach the website's security by accessing sensitive information.

If exploited, this vulnerability can lead to a data breach, loss of sensitive data, and damage to a company's reputation. Hackers can easily access confidential information, such as customer details, credit card information, and other personal data, that would put clients at risk. This can result in lost business, lawsuits, and a loss of trust from customers.

Thanks to the pro features of the SecurityForEveryone.com platform, website owners can easily and quickly learn about vulnerabilities in their digital assets. The platform provides real-time alerts, threat intelligence, and global threat monitoring, making it easier for businesses to detect and prevent cyber attacks. By staying aware of potential vulnerabilities and taking proactive steps to strengthen security, businesses can avoid the costs and damage associated with data breaches.

 

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