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CVE ID Unknown
Jan 1, 2017
Researcher: DefenceCode
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CVE ID Unknown
Jan 19, 2016
Researcher: James Golovich
Title CVE ID CVSS Researchers Date
Unlimited Elements For Elementor (Free Widgets, Addons, Templates) <= 1.5.60 - Arbitrary File Upload in File Manager CVE-2023-31090 9.9 Rafie Muhammad May 22, 2023
Unlimited Elements For Elementor (Free Widgets, Addons, Templates) <= 1.5.66 - Zip Extraction to Arbitrary File Upload in File Manager CVE-2023-33930 9.9 Achref Ben Thameur May 22, 2023
Jupiter Theme <= 6.10.1 and JupiterX Core Plugin <= 2.0.7 - Authenticated Privilege Escalation CVE-2022-1654 9.9 Ram May 18, 2022
Visual Slide Box Builder <= 3.2.9 - Authenticated (Subscriber+) SQL Injection CVE-2022-1182 9.9 p7e4 April 19, 2022
PHP Everywhere <= 2.0.3 - Remote Code Execution by Subscriber+ users via shortcode CVE-2022-24663 9.9 Ram January 4, 2022
PHP Everywhere <= 2.0.3 - Remote Code Execution by Contributor+ users via gutenberg block CVE-2022-24665 9.9 Ram January 4, 2022
PHP Everywhere <= 2.0.3 - Authenticated (Contributor+) Remote Code Execution via Metabox CVE-2022-24664 9.9 Ram January 4, 2022
PDF Light Viewer <= 1.4.11 - Authenticated Command Injection CVE-2021-24684 9.9 apple502j September 15, 2021
Advanced Shipment Tracking for WooCommerce <= 3.2.6 - Authenticated WordPress Options Change CVE-2021-4347 9.9 Jerome Bruandet July 26, 2021
Frontend File Manager <= 18.2 - Authenticated Settings Change leading to Arbitrary File Upload CVE-2021-4368 9.9 Jerome Bruandet July 12, 2021
Controlled Admin Access < 1.5.6 - Privilege Escalation CVE-2021-4360 9.9 Jerome Bruandet March 30, 2021
Orbit Fox by ThemeIsle <= 2.10.2 - Authenticated Privilege Escalation CVE-2021-24158 9.9 Chloe Chamberland November 24, 2020
Ultimate Member <= 2.1.11 - Authenticated Privilege Escalation via Profile Update CVE-2020-36156 9.9 Chloe Chamberland November 9, 2020
Elementor Pro <= 2.9.3 - Authenticated (Subscriber+) Arbitrary File Upload CVE-2020-13126 9.9 Chloe Chamberland May 6, 2020
RegistrationMagic – Custom Registration Forms and User Login <= 4.6.0.3 - Authenticated Settings Import to Privilege Escalation CVE-2020-9457 9.9 Ram March 5, 2020
RegistrationMagic – Custom Registration Forms and User Login <= 4.6.0.3 - Authenticated Privilege Escalation CVE-2020-9456 9.9 Ram March 5, 2020
ThemeGrill Demo Importer 1.3.4 - 1.6.1 - Authorization Bypass to Site Reset 9.9 Dave Jong February 16, 2020
WP Database Reset <= 3.1 - Privilege Escalation CVE-2020-7047 9.9 Chloe Chamberland January 16, 2020
WordPress Ad Widget <= 2.11.0 - Local File Inclusion 9.9 DefenceCode January 1, 2017
Simple Download Monitor <= 3.2.8 - Missing Authorization 9.9 James Golovich January 19, 2016

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