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6.5
CVE ID Unknown
Aug 20, 2012
Researcher: Benjamin Kunz Mejri
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Aug 22, 2012
Researcher: CRIM3R
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Aug 22, 2012
Researcher: CRIM3R
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Aug 22, 2012
Researcher: CRIM3R
9.8
CVE ID Unknown
Sep 4, 2012
Researcher: HodLuM
Title CVE ID CVSS Researchers Date
Portfolio Plugin <= 2.04 - Cross-Site Request Forgery CVE-2012-10017 4.3 July 24, 2012
BestWebSoft's Twitter <= 2.14 - Cross-Site Request Forgery CVE-2012-10015 4.3 July 24, 2012
Backend Localization <= 2.0 - Reflected Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2012-10014 6.1 July 30, 2012
Backend Localization <= 1.9 - Reflected Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2012-10013 6.1 July 30, 2012
Vitamin < 1.1.0 - Directory Traversal CVE-2012-6651 7.5 August 7, 2012
ThreeWP Email Reflector < 1.16 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2012-2572 6.1 loneferret August 8, 2012
Postie < 1.4.10 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2012-2580 7.2 loneferret August 8, 2012
WP SimpleMail <= 1.0.6 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2012-2579 6.1 loneferret August 8, 2012
Mini Mail Dashboard Widget < 1.43 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2012-2583 7.2 loneferret August 8, 2012
Quick Post Widget <= 1.9.1 - Multiple Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2012-4226 6.1 Stefan Schurtz August 10, 2012
iThemes Security < 3.4.4 - Cross-Site Scripting 6.5 Benjamin Kunz Mejri August 20, 2012
Monsters Editor for WP Super Edit <= 1.1 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 CRIM3R August 22, 2012
Rich Widget <= 0.2.4 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 CRIM3R August 22, 2012
sem-wysiwyg <= 1.0 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 CRIM3R August 22, 2012
Floating Tweets <= 1.0.1 - Reflected Cross-Site Scripting 7.1 Eugene Dokukin August 30, 2012
Media File Renamer – Auto & Manual Rename <= 5.2.5 - Missing Authorization Checks 8.8 September 3, 2012
TDO Mini Forms <= 0.13.9 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 HodLuM September 4, 2012
WordPress Core < 3.4.2 - Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2012-3383 6.4 September 6, 2012
WordPress Core < 3.4.2 - Missing Authorization Checks CVE-2012-4422 3.8 September 6, 2012
Download Monitor <= 3.3.5.8 - Reflected Cross-Site Scripting CVE-2012-4768 6.1 Chris Cooper, Joseph Sheridan September 6, 2012

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