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CVE ID: CVE-2021-24675

Last updated: Oct. 20, 2021, 10:18 p.m.

Severity: Unknown

Description

The One User Avatar WordPress plugin before 2.3.7 does not check for CSRF when updating the Avatar in page where the [avatar_upload] shortcode is embed. As a result, attackers could make logged in user change their avatar via a CSRF attack

Severity score: 3.6 Base score: 6.5 Exploitability score: 2.8 Confidentiality impact: NONE Integrity impact: HIGH User interaction required: Published: Oct. 18, 2021, 2:15 p.m. Data type: CVE Data format: MITRE Assigner: contact@wpscan.com Problem type: CWE-352 Reference url: https://wpscan.com/vulnerability/9b9a55d5-c121-4b5b-80df-f9f419c0dc55 Reference name: https://wpscan.com/vulnerability/9b9a55d5-c121-4b5b-80df-f9f419c0dc55 Reference source: MISC CVE version: 3.1 Vector string: Access vector: Access complexity: Authentication: Base severity: AcInsf info: Obtain all priviledges: User privilege: Other privilege:

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