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CVE-2014-4592 Scanner

Detects 'Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)' vulnerability in WP-Planet plugin for WordPress affects v. 0.1 and earlier.

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Medium

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10 sec

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The WP-Planet plugin is an open-source tool designed specifically for WordPress websites. This plugin is designed to enable website owners to display news feeds and updates on their site automatically. The plugin is widely used by bloggers, businesses, and organizations who want to stay up-to-date with the latest news and developments in their industry.

One of the vulnerabilities that have been discovered in the WP-Planet plugin is CVE-2014-4592. This vulnerability is classified as a Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability. It allows attackers to inject malicious scripts into the plugin and execute them remotely. The vulnerability was found in the rss.class/scripts/magpie_debug.php file of the plugin, and it is present in versions 0.1 and earlier.

Exploiting this vulnerability could lead to several security risks for WordPress websites that use the WP-Planet plugin. Attackers could use this vulnerability to steal sensitive information, such as usernames and passwords, from visitors to the website. They could also use the vulnerability to gain control of the website and carry out unauthorized actions, such as posting spam content or injecting malware.

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