Rename Media Files <= 1.0.1 - Authenticated (Contributor+) Remote Code Execution

Improper Neutralization of Special Elements in Output Used by a Downstream Component ('Injection')
CVE CVE-2023-32095
CVSS 8.8 (High)
Publicly Published November 7, 2023
Last Updated January 22, 2024
Researcher Taihei Shimamine


The Rename Media Files plugin for WordPress is vulnerable to Remote Code Execution in all versions up to, and including, 1.0.1. This makes it possible for authenticated attackers, with contributor-level access and above, to execute code on the server.



Vulnerability Details for Rename Media Files

Software Type Plugin
Software Slug rename-media-files (view on
Patched? No
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.
Affected Version
  • <= 1.0.1

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