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9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Oct 3, 2013
Researcher: wantexz
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Oct 3, 2013
Researcher: wantexz
6.1
CVE ID Unknown
Sep 23, 2013
Researchers:
7.5
CVE ID Unknown
Sep 19, 2013
Researcher: Eugene Dokukin
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Sep 19, 2013
Researcher: Eugene Dokukin
6.1
CVE ID Unknown
Sep 19, 2013
Researcher: Eugene Dokukin
7.3
CVE ID Unknown
Sep 19, 2013
Researcher: Eugene Dokukin
7.5
CVE ID Unknown
Sep 19, 2013
Researcher: Eugene Dokukin
7.3
CVE ID Unknown
Sep 17, 2013
Researcher: Eugene Dokukin
6.1
CVE ID Unknown
Sep 17, 2013
Researcher: Eugene Dokukin
5.3
CVE ID Unknown
Sep 17, 2013
Researcher: Eugene Dokukin
Title CVE ID CVSS Researchers Date
SEO Watcher <= 1.3.3 - Remote Code Execution 9.8 wantexz October 3, 2013
SlimStat-Ex <= 2.1.2 - Arbitrary Code Execution 9.8 wantexz October 3, 2013
Sharebar <= 1.4.2 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2013-3491 6.1 ACC3SS September 24, 2013
WP Ultimate Email Marketer <= 1.2.0 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2013-3263 6.1 Han Lee September 24, 2013
mb.mb.miniAudioPlayer < 1.4.3 - Cross-Site Scripting 6.1 Ashiyane Digital Security Team September 24, 2013
WP Ultimate Email Marketer <= 1.2.0 - Authentication Bypass CVE-2013-3264 9.8 Han Lee September 24, 2013
Responsive Zoom In/Out Slider WordPress Plugin (Unknown Versions) - Cross-Site Scripting 6.1 Ashiyane Digital Security Team September 24, 2013
Custom Website Data < 1.1 - Cross-Site Scripting 6.1 September 23, 2013
Bradesco Gateway <= 2.0 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2013-5916 6.1 Alexandro Silva September 23, 2013
Comment Attachment <= 1.5.5 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2013-6010 7.2 Arsan September 20, 2013
NOSpamPTI <= 2.1 - SQL Injection CVE-2013-5917 9.8 Alexandro Silva September 20, 2013
RokIntroScroller <= 1.8 - Full Path Disclosure 7.5 Eugene Dokukin September 19, 2013
RokIntroScroller <= 1.8 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Eugene Dokukin September 19, 2013
RokIntroScroller <= 1.8 - Cross-Site Scripting 6.1 Eugene Dokukin September 19, 2013
RokIntroScroller <= 1.8 - Abuse of Functionality 7.3 Eugene Dokukin September 19, 2013
RokIntroScroller <= 1.8 - Denial of Service 7.5 Eugene Dokukin September 19, 2013
RokStories <= 1.25 - Abuse of Functionality 7.3 Eugene Dokukin September 17, 2013
RokNewsPager <= 1.17 - Cross-Site Scripting 6.1 Eugene Dokukin September 17, 2013
RokStories <= 1.25 - Denial of Service 5.3 Eugene Dokukin September 17, 2013
Complete Gallery Manager <= 3.3.3 - Arbitrary File Upload CVE-2013-5962 9.8 Fuad Pilus September 17, 2013

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