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4.7
CVE ID Unknown
Feb 3, 2013
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Feb 2, 2013
Researcher: Eugene Dokukin
6.1
CVE ID Unknown
Feb 1, 2013
Researchers:
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Jan 31, 2013
Researcher: Amirh03in
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Jan 30, 2013
Researcher: Zikou-16
8.3
CVE ID Unknown
Jan 30, 2013
Researcher: The Black Devils
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Jan 29, 2013
Researcher: Zikou-16
8.8
CVE ID Unknown
Jan 29, 2013
Researcher: Aaditya Purani
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Jan 27, 2013
Researcher: bd0rk
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Jan 25, 2013
Researcher: The Black Devils
5.3
CVE ID Unknown
Jan 25, 2013
Researcher: The Black Devils
Title CVE ID CVSS Researchers Date
Editorial Calendar <= 2.6 - Authenticated (Admin+) SQL Injection CVE-2013-10023 7.2 February 13, 2013
WP eCommerce Shop Styling < 1.8 - Remote File Inclusion CVE-2013-0724 9.8 Charlie Eriksen February 6, 2013
CommentLuv < 2.92.4 - Reflected Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2013-1409 6.1 High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab February 6, 2013
MailPoet Newsletters <= 2.2 - Multiple SQL Injections CVE-2013-1408 7.2 High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab February 3, 2013
DT Chocolate <= 1.0 - Open Redirect 4.7 Ashiyane Digital Security Team February 3, 2013
Flash News (All Versions) - Multiple Vulnerabilities 9.8 Eugene Dokukin February 2, 2013
yolink Search for WordPress < 2.6 - Reflected Cross-Site Scripting 6.1 February 1, 2013
RLSWordPressSearch (All Versions) - SQL Injection 9.8 Ashiyane Digital Security Team January 31, 2013
WordPress Gallery Plugin <= 1.4 - Unauthenticated Remote File Inclusion CVE-2012-4919 9.8 Charlie Eriksen January 31, 2013
Portfolio Slideshow Pro <= 3.0 - SQL Injection 9.8 Amirh03in January 31, 2013
WordPress Shout Box Widget <= 2.0.2 - SQL Injection 9.8 Ashiyane Digital Security Team January 31, 2013
Accordion (All Versions) - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Zikou-16 January 30, 2013
Homepage SlideShow <= 2.3 - Arbitrary File Upload 8.3 The Black Devils January 30, 2013
Audio Player <= 2.0.4.5 - Cross-Site Scripting via playerID Parameter CVE-2013-1464 6.1 hip January 30, 2013
Power Zoomer <= 1.2 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Zikou-16 January 29, 2013
Levo Slideshow <= 2.3 - Arbitrary File Upload 8.8 Aaditya Purani January 29, 2013
Dynamic Font Replacement DFR4WP EN <= 1.3 EN - SQL Injection 9.8 bd0rk January 27, 2013
Sandbox <= 1.6.1 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 The Black Devils January 25, 2013
Sandbox <= 1.6.1 - Full Path Disclosure 5.3 The Black Devils January 25, 2013
WordPress Core < 3.5.1 - Stored Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2013-0236 6.4 Jon Cave January 24, 2013

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