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CVE-2023-6360 Scanner

Detects 'SQL Injection (SQLi)' vulnerability in My Calendar plugin for WordPress affects v. before 3.4.22.


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Vulnerability Overview

CVE Identifier: CVE-2023-6360

Vulnerable Component: WordPress My Calendar plugin

Parameters Affected: 'from' and 'to' parameters in '/my-calendar/v1/events' REST route

Issue: Unauthenticated SQL Injection

Vulnerability Details

The vulnerability stems from a lack of proper sanitization of the 'from' and 'to' parameters within the '/my-calendar/v1/events' REST route. Attackers can exploit this oversight by crafting malicious requests that manipulate the SQL query, potentially leading to unauthorized database access, information disclosure, or database manipulation.

Possible Effects

An exploitation of this vulnerability could lead to significant impacts on an organization, including unauthorized access to sensitive data, manipulation of calendar events, and potentially compromising the entire WordPress site. It may also serve as a gateway for more sophisticated attacks against the website's users or infrastructure.

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