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CVE-2018-6200 Scanner

Detects 'Open Redirect' vulnerability in vBulletin affects v. 3.x.x and 4.2.x through 4.2.5.

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Medium

Type

Single Scan

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Estimated Time

10 sec

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CVE-2018-6200 Scanner Detail

vBulletin is a popular forum software used for managing online communities. With its user-friendly interface and customization options, vBulletin is a preferred choice for website administrators who want to create interactive and engaging platforms for their audience.

However, just like any other software, vBulletin is prone to security vulnerabilities that can compromise the security and integrity of the entire system. Recently, a specific vulnerability, CVE-2018-6200, was detected in vBulletin versions 3.x.x and 4.2.x through 4.2.5. The vulnerability relates to an open redirect via the redirector.php url parameter, allowing attackers to redirect users to external websites without their consent or knowledge.

Exploitation of this vulnerability can have dire consequences for website owners and users alike. Attackers can use this vulnerability to trick users into visiting malicious websites, where they can steal sensitive information, install malware, or perform other malicious activities. Additionally, attackers can use this vulnerability to redirect users to phishing websites, where they can steal login credentials and other sensitive information.

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