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CVE-2018-12909 Scanner

Detects 'Local File Inclusion (LFI)' vulnerability in Webgrind affects v. 1.5.


Short Info




Single Scan

Can be used by

Asset Owner

Estimated Time

10 sec

Scan only one


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CVE-2018-12909 Scanner Detail

Webgrind is a web-based application that allows users to debug their PHP applications. It provides users with a graphical user interface that helps them to visualize their PHP profiling information, including execution time, memory usage, function calls, and more. This product is primarily targeted towards PHP developers and programmers who need to identify performance issues with their applications and optimize them for better performance.

CVE-2018-12909 is a security vulnerability that was detected in Webgrind version 1.5. This vulnerability allows an attacker to view files from the local filesystem via an index.php?op=fileviewer&file= URI. This means that anyone with access to this URI can view files on the web server that the webserver user has access to. This vulnerability can be exploited by attackers to gain access to sensitive information, such as configuration files, usernames, passwords, and other confidential data.

Exploiting CVE-2018-12909 can lead to serious consequences, such as theft of sensitive information, unauthorized access to systems, and even identity theft. Attackers can use the information they obtain to launch further attacks, such as launching phishing campaigns or gaining unauthorized access to other systems or networks.

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