|Publicly Published||February 21, 2023|
|Last Updated||February 22, 2023|
The Redirect Redirection plugin for WordPress is vulnerable to unauthorized access of data due to a missing capability check on the logFilter function in versions up to, and including, 1.1.3. This makes it possible for authenticated attackers with subscriber-level access, and above, to filter and view logs.
|Software Slug||redirect-redirection (view on wordpress.org)|
|Remediation||Update to version 1.1.4, or a newer patched version|
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