Wordfence is a Certified Numbering Authority (CNA), which grants us the ability to assign CVE IDs to WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities. Please fill out the following form to request a CVE ID or to submit a vulnerability that will be added to our public database of vulnerabilities. All vulnerabilities reported to us without previous CVE ID assignment will be assigned a CVE ID. The Wordfence Threat Intelligence team will review your submission and report back within 1-3 business days with a CVE ID assignment and a link your published vulnerability, if already patched. We may request additional information.
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