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CVE-2022-0437 Scanner

Detects 'Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)' vulnerability in NPM karma affects v. prior to 6.3.14.

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Single Scan

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CVE-2022-0437 Scanner Detail

NPM Karma is a testing tool that allows developers to run tests on their codes across multiple browsers and devices. It is widely used for its ease of configuration and flexibility, and it is particularly useful for large-scale projects that require frequent testing. Many developers rely on NPM Karma to ensure the quality and functionality of their code before it is deployed.

However, on 4th January 2022, a new vulnerability was discovered in NPM Karma, which has been assigned the CVE-2022-0437 code. This vulnerability is a cross-site scripting (XSS) flaw that can be exploited by attackers to inject malicious code into a website. It affects versions of NPM Karma prior to 6.3.14 and can potentially compromise the security of any website that uses it.

When this vulnerability is exploited, an attacker can gain access to sensitive information such as login credentials, financial data, and personal information. They can also manipulate the website's functionality to hijack user sessions or redirect users to malicious websites. This can lead to severe consequences, including data breaches, financial losses, and reputation damage for both the website owner and its users.

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