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Author Topic: Simple Machines Forum Multiple Security Vulnerabilities  (Read 440 times)

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Simple Machines Forum Multiple Security Vulnerabilities

This is not totaly new but from about 2015-03-25.


Simple Machines Forum is prone to multiple security vulnerabilities: - A remote PHP code-execution vulnerability - Multiple cross-site scripting vulnerabilities - Multiple cross-site request-forgery vulnerabilities - An information-disclosure vulnerability - Multiple denial-of-service vulnerabilities Attackers can exploit these issues to execute arbitrary script code within the context of the webserver, perform unauthorized actions on behalf of legitimate users, compromise the affected application, steal cookie-based authentication credentials, obtain information that could aid in further attacks or cause denial-of-service conditions. Please note some of these issues may already be described in other BIDs. This BID will be updated if further analysis confirms this. These issues affect Simple Machines Forum 2.0 RC2. Some of these issues also affect version 1.1.10.


Reportedly, the vendor fixed some of the issues in the release 1.1.11.

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Every thing open and every thing closed.
Every thing else is more or less complex.

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