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CVE-2021-24145 Scanner

Detects 'Unrestricted File Upload' vulnerability in Modern Events Calendar Lite plugin for WordPress affects v. before 5.16.5.


Short Info



Single Scan

Single Scan

Can be used by

Asset Owner

Estimated Time

10 sec

Scan only one

Domain, Ipv4



The Modern Events Calendar Lite plugin is a popular WordPress plugin used to manage events and calendars on websites. It is a free and easy-to-use plugin that enables website owners to display various events, such as conferences, festivals, concerts, and more, on their website. 

However, researchers recently discovered a serious vulnerability in the plugin, known as CVE-2021-24145. This vulnerability allows an attacker to upload arbitrary files to the website, bypassing the security checks and authorization mechanisms. This means that an attacker can upload malicious PHP files, leading to remote code execution and a potential compromise of the website.

When exploited, this vulnerability can lead to various negative consequences for both the website owner and the website visitors. An attacker can use the uploaded file to gain control of the website, steal sensitive data, or install malware on the website, which can then infect visitors' devices. This can lead to data breaches, financial losses, and reputational damage for the website owner, and security risks for the users.

Fortunately, thanks to the advanced security features of the platform, website owners can quickly and easily identify and fix vulnerabilities in their digital assets. With features such as automated vulnerability scanning, real-time threat detection, and expert support, website owners can stay one step ahead of the hackers and protect their website from potential attacks. So if you're concerned about the security of your website, don't hesitate to check out and take advantage of its powerful security tools and services.



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