|Publicly Published||February 20, 2023|
|Last Updated||February 22, 2023|
- Patchstack Alliance
The Easy Google Analytics for WordPress plugin is vulnerable to Cross-Site Request Forgery in versions up to, and including, 1.6.0. This is due to missing or incorrect nonce validation in the 'ga_admin_set.php' file. This makes it possible for unauthenticated attackers to update the plugin's Google Analytics account and client ID options to arbitrary values including a stored Cross-Site Scripting payload granted they can trick a site administrator into performing an action such as clicking on a link. Additionally the 'ga_admin_set.php' can be accessed directly, and though it is not possible to update options by doing so, loading it via a separate LFI vulnerability would allow an attacker to update options as well.
|Software Slug||easy-google-analytics-for-wordpress (view on wordpress.org)|
|Remediation||No known patch available. Please review the vulnerability's details in depth and employ mitigations based on your organization's risk tolerance. It may be best to uninstall the affected software and find a replacement.|
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