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CVE-2023-30256 Scanner

Detects 'Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)' vulnerability in Webkil QloApps affects v. 1.5.2.


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Webkil QloApps v.1.5.2 is a web-based software for hotel management, enabling hoteliers to manage their daily operations including room assignments, reservations, and guest information, all in one place. The software also provides a dashboard feature to help managers monitor and analyze metrics related to bookings, occupancy rates, and revenue.

Recently, a vulnerability identified as CVE-2023-30256 has been detected in the software. This particular vulnerability allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information simply by exploiting the "back" and "email_create" parameters in the AuthController.php file. Such information could include personally identifiable details about guests, booking information, and financial data of the hotel.

If exploited, this vulnerability can lead to significant data breaches, resulting in reputational damage to the hotel, monetary loss for the business and potentially irreversible damage to the guests' personal information. In addition, the exploitation of this vulnerability can result in regulatory sanctions and lawsuits for non-compliance with data protection laws.

By identifying and fixing this vulnerability, Webkil QloApps can restore its customers' trust, ensuring protection against future attacks. Moreover, tools such as can help businesses uncover and secure vulnerabilities in their digital assets quickly and easily via their innovative pro-features. This ensures that businesses can take the necessary steps to protect their assets without the need for extensive cybersecurity knowledge. It is through the use of automated tools that businesses can stay one step ahead of attackers and ensure that their assets are protected against the ever-changing threat landscape.



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