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9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Nov 4, 2013
Researcher: Byakuya Kouta
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Nov 4, 2013
Researcher: Byakuya Kouta
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Nov 2, 2013
Researcher: DaOne aka MockingBird
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Nov 1, 2013
Researcher: Bet0
7.5
CVE ID Unknown
Nov 1, 2013
Researcher: Eugene Dokukin
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Nov 1, 2013
Researcher: Byakuya Kouta
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Oct 31, 2013
Researcher: DevilScreaM
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Oct 31, 2013
Researcher: Smail Max
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Oct 29, 2013
Researcher: DevilScreaM
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Oct 29, 2013
Researcher: DaOne aka MockingBird
6.1
CVE ID Unknown
Oct 28, 2013
Researcher: DevilScreaM
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Oct 24, 2013
Researcher: Byakuya Kouta
Title CVE ID CVSS Researchers Date
Anthology < 1.4.5 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Byakuya Kouta November 4, 2013
Magnitudo (All Versions) - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Byakuya Kouta November 4, 2013
Responsive Zoom In/Out Slider WordPress Plugin (Unknown Versions) - Cross-Site Scripting 6.1 Eugene Dokukin November 4, 2013
Chameleon Theme < 3.9 - Arbitrary File Uploads 9.8 DaOne aka MockingBird November 2, 2013
Amoveo Multipurpose Wordpress Theme <= 2.0 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Byakuya Kouta November 2, 2013
ThisWay <= 1.7.0 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Bet0 November 1, 2013
Floating Tweets <= 1.0.1 - Directory Traversal 7.5 Eugene Dokukin November 1, 2013
Switchblade - Powerful WordPress Theme <= 1.3.2 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Byakuya Kouta November 1, 2013
Think Responsive <= 1.0 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Byakuya Kouta November 1, 2013
wp-checkout (Unknown Versions) - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 DevilScreaM October 31, 2013
Right Now (Unknown Versions) - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Smail Max October 31, 2013
ColdFusion Responsive Fullscreen Video Image Audio Theme < 1.2 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Smail Max October 31, 2013
MoneyTheme (All Versions) - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 DevilScreaM October 29, 2013
Ghost (All Versions) - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 DaOne aka MockingBird October 29, 2013
MoneyTheme (All Versions) - Cross-Site Scripting 6.1 DevilScreaM October 28, 2013
Gallery Bank – WordPress Photo Gallery Plugin < 2.0.20 - Reflected Cross-Site Scripting 6.1 Sojobo Dev Team October 28, 2013
Curvo Theme (All Known Versions) - Cross-Site Request Forgery and Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Byakuya Kouta October 27, 2013
MobileChief – Mobile Site Builder <= 1.5.7 - Cross-Site Scripting 6.1 ACC3SS October 26, 2013
Portable phpMyAdmin <= 1.5.0 - Authentication Bypass CVE-2013-4462 9.1 Anant Shrivastava (anantshri) October 24, 2013
SAICO <= 1.0.2 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Byakuya Kouta October 24, 2013

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