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CVE-2010-1722 Scanner

Detects 'Directory Traversal' vulnerability in Online Market component of Joomla affects v. 2.x.

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Medium

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Estimated Time

10 sec

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The Online Market component is a popular extension for the Joomla! content management system, used by online stores to display and sell products. This component allows users to easily create product listings, manage orders, and process payments. The extension is widely used by web developers to create e-commerce websites due to its user-friendly interface and powerful features.

The Online Market component was found to be vulnerable to a directory traversal attack, identified as CVE-2010-1722. This vulnerability allows attackers to access sensitive files on the affected server by manipulating the controller parameter in the index.php file of the component. By using the ".." (dot dot) sequence in the controller parameter, attackers can bypass security restrictions and potentially access any file on the server.

When exploited, the CVE-2010-1722 vulnerability can lead to severe consequences. Attackers can steal sensitive data, such as user passwords, payment details, and other confidential information. They can also upload malicious files or scripts that can compromise the whole server or launch attacks against other systems.

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