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CVE-2023-2648 Scanner

Detects 'Unrestricted File Upload' vulnerability in Weaver E-Office affects v. 9.5.

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Short Info


Level

Critical

Type

Single Scan

Can be used by

Asset Owner

Estimated Time

12 sec

Scan only one

Domain, Ipv4

Parent Category

CVE-2023-2648 Scanner Detail

Weaver E-Office is a software used by businesses for document management and collaboration purposes. This tool enables companies to store and share their files internally, with a secure infrastructure that supports different file formats. Weaver E-Office is a widely used platform, with a range of features including message boards, calendar, email integration, and more.

Recently, a critical vulnerability was discovered in Weaver E-Office 9.5 identified by the code CVE-2023-2648. This vulnerability has been classified as highly dangerous, as it allows for unrestricted uploads through the manipulation of the argument Filedata. Hackers can remotely initiate the attack, taking advantage of the vulnerability to infiltrate the system and cause damage to the organization's digital assets.

When exploited, this vulnerability can result in significant damage to the company's information system. Hackers can upload malicious files that can cause ransomware attacks, data breaches, and other types of cyber attacks. Once these files have been uploaded, they can be used to gain unauthorized access to sensitive information and compromise important operational systems. Such attacks can lead to financial loss, loss of customer trust, legal ramifications, among other consequences.

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