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Jun 10, 2014
Researcher: Medrik
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Jun 2, 2014
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Jun 1, 2014
Researcher: Milad Hacking
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May 31, 2014
Title CVE ID CVSS Researchers Date
wp-tmkm-amazon < 1.5.3 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2014-4598 7.1 Anant Shrivastava (anantshri) June 12, 2014
WP Restful <= 0.1 - Multiple Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2014-4595 6.1 Anant Shrivastava (anantshri) June 12, 2014
Walk Score Plugin <= 0.5.5 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2014-4573 7.1 Anant Shrivastava (anantshri) June 12, 2014
WP Facethumb <= 1.0 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2014-4585 6.1 Anant Shrivastava (anantshri) June 12, 2014
WP Microblogs <= 0.4.0 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2014-4590 7.1 Anant Shrivastava (anantshri) June 12, 2014
WikiPop <= 2.0 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2014-4575 6.1 Anant Shrivastava (anantshri) June 12, 2014
WP-Picasa-Image <= 1.0 - Reflected Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2014-4591 6.1 Anant Shrivastava (anantshri) June 12, 2014
WP Consultant <= 1.0 - Reflected Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2014-4582 6.1 Anant Shrivastava (anantshri) June 12, 2014
Video Posts Webcam Recorder <= 1.55.4 - Reflected Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2014-4568 6.1 Anant Shrivastava (anantshri) June 12, 2014
AdminOnline (Unspecified Version) - Directly Traversal/Arbitrary File Read 7.5 Medrik June 11, 2014
Featured Comments < 1.2.5 - Cross-Site Request Forgery CVE-2014-4163 8.8 Mallory Adams June 10, 2014
JW Player for Flash & HTML5 Video < 2.1.4 - Cross-Site Request Forgery leading to player deletion CVE-2014-4030 4.3 Tom Adams June 10, 2014
Member Approval <= 131109 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2014-3850 6.1 Mallory Adams, Tom Adams June 10, 2014
SCv1 Theme (All Known Versions) - Arbitrary File Download 7.5 Medrik June 10, 2014
Disqus Comment System < 2.76 - Reflected Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2014-5345 6.1 Nik Cubrilovic June 9, 2014
Participants Database < - SQL Injection CVE-2014-3961 9.8 Yarubo Research Team June 2, 2014
Grimag <= 1.1.0 - Open Redirection 7.2 June 2, 2014
Popup Images (Unknown Version) - Cross-Site Scripting 6.1 Milad Hacking June 1, 2014
All in One SEO <= - Privilege Escalation to Arbitrary Post Modification 4.3 Marc-Alexandre Montpas May 31, 2014
All in One SEO <= 2.1.5 - Missing Authorization 6.3 Marc-Alexandre Montpas May 31, 2014

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