Security for everyone

CVE-2022-43015 Scanner

Detects 'Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)' vulnerability in OpenCATS affects v. 0.9.6.


Short Info



Single Scan

Single Scan

Can be used by

Asset Owner

Estimated Time

10 sec

Scan only one

Domain, Ipv4



OpenCATS is an open-source platform that is designed for small and medium enterprises to streamline their recruitment processes. The platform's core functionality provides recruitment management support for the overall hiring process, from requisition to hiring. It's built to help businesses manage the entire recruitment cycle with ease, from posting job openings to tracking applicants’ progress throughout the hiring process.

However, the platform has recently been found to contain a reflected cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability, designated as CVE-2022-43015. The vulnerability can be exploited if an attacker sent a specially crafted URL to an OpenCATS user that would execute unauthorized JavaScript code in the victim's browser. This XSS vulnerability can lead to the leakage of confidential information, defacement of websites, or manipulation of website content in the context of the victim.

An attacker can look to exploit the vulnerability to steal sensitive data, modify content, or execute malicious scripts. Beyond those usual effects, the vulnerability can lead to a slew of other cybersecurity-related issues, including the unauthorized use of admin privileges to alter job postings or candidate details in the recruitment process, to various forms of data theft and the installation of malicious code on vulnerable systems that could grant attackers complete control over them.

By leveraging the security platform's pro features, users can stay informed of vulnerabilities like CVE-2022-43015, execute regular security testing, and keep their digital assets secure. The platform provides access to a wide range of security tools and information, allowing users to quickly identify and address any risks related to their digital assets. With such proactive security measures, businesses can mitigate any potential threats that may emerge and protect their sensitive data both now and in the future.



cyber security services for everyone one. Free security tools, continuous vulnerability scanning and many more.
Try it yourself,
control security posture