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CVE-2010-2035 Scanner

Detects 'Directory Traversal' vulnerability in Percha Gallery component for Joomla! affects v. 1.6 Beta.

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High

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Single Scan

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Estimated Time

10 sec

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Percha Gallery is a featured extension for Joomla! websites created for the display and organization of image galleries. It provides users with various options for customization such as selecting different templates, styling images, and setting up albums. This component is widely used by website owners and developers who aim to publish visually compelling content for their audience.

However, a critical security flaw was detected in the Percha Gallery component version 1.6 Beta that puts website owners and visitors at risk. CVE-2010-2035 vulnerability is caused by a directory traversal flaw within the component’s index.php file. This vulnerability allows unauthorized third parties to exploit the system by traversing the directory hierarchy of the server’s file system and reading arbitrary files, possibly leading to unauthorized access to sensitive information and other malicious activities.

If exploited, the vulnerability can lead to many dangerous consequences. The attacker can gain access to confidential user data or administrator credentials, which can then be sold on the black market or used to carry out more serious data breaches. This leads to financial losses, including potential lawsuits, the loss of stakeholder trust, damage to reputation, and negative publicity.

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