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CVE-2023-5244 Scanner

Detects 'Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)' vulnerability in Microweber affects prior to V.2.0.

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10 sec

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Microweber/microweber is an open-source content management system (CMS) used to create websites and online stores. It is designed to be user-friendly, allowing both developers and non-developers alike to create beautiful and functional websites. Microweber/microweber has a wide range of features, including drag-and-drop interface, custom content types, built-in shopping cart, and many pre-built templates.

Recently, a vulnerability was detected in Microweber/microweber, known as CVE-2023-5244. This vulnerability is a Cross-site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability that affects the web application's ability to protect user input that will be displayed on a webpage. This allows attackers to inject malicious code into a user's browser, which can then steal sensitive data such as usernames and passwords.

When exploited, this vulnerability can lead to serious consequences for both individuals and businesses. For individuals, their personal information could be stolen, potentially leading to identity theft or financial loss. For businesses, customer data could be compromised, leading to damage of the company's reputation, loss of customers and legal repercussion.

Thanks to the pro features of securityforeveryone.com, individuals and businesses can easily and quickly learn about vulnerabilities in their digital assets. With a comprehensive suite of tools and resources, securityforeveryone.com provides users with the insights and information they need to keep their websites and online stores secure. By staying vigilant and taking proactive measures, individuals and businesses can protect themselves against XSS and other security threats.

 

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