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CVE ID Unknown
Nov 25, 2014
Researcher: Claudio Viviani
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Oct 12, 2014
Researcher: nopesled
Title CVE ID CVSS Researchers Date
InfiniteWP Client <= 1.3.7 - PHP Object Injection 9.8 Marc-Alexandre Montpas December 2, 2014
InfiniteWP Client <= 1.3.7 - Privilege Escalation 9.8 Marc-Alexandre Montpas December 2, 2014
wpDataTables <= 1.5.3 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Claudio Viviani November 25, 2014
Slider Revolution < 3.0.96 & Showbiz Pro < 1.7.1 - Missing Authorization to Arbitrary File Upload CVE-2014-9735 9.8 Simo Ben youssef November 25, 2014
Gallery Bank – WordPress Photo Gallery Plugin < 3.0.61 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Shahab Shamsi (Mohit Amn Security Team) November 25, 2014
Showbiz Pro Responsive Teaser WordPress Plugin <= 1.7.1 - Arbitrary File Upload CVE-2015-9499 9.8 Simo Ben youssef November 25, 2014
wpDataTables (Premium) <= 1.5.3 - SQL Injection CVE-2014-9175 9.8 Claudio Viviani November 23, 2014
SP Project & Document Manager < 2.4.4 - Multiple SQL Injection CVE-2014-9178 9.8 Dang Quoc Thai November 20, 2014
WP Support Plus Responsive Ticket System <= 4.1 - Improper Authentication CVE-2014-10389 9.8 Fikri Fadzil November 15, 2014
CM Download Manager <= 2.0.3 - Code Injection CVE-2014-8877 9.8 Phi Le Ngoc November 10, 2014
Store Locator 2.3 - 3.11 - SQL Injection CVE-2014-8621 9.8 James Hooker November 5, 2014
Creative Contact Form < 1.0.0 - Arbitrary File Upload CVE-2014-8739 9.8 Gianni Angelozzi October 23, 2014
Calendar Event Multi View < 1.0.2 - SQL Injection CVE-2014-8586 9.8 Claudio Viviani October 23, 2014
Users Ultra Membership, Users Community and Member Profiles With PayPal Integration Plugin <= 1.3.58 - SQL Injection 9.8 October 22, 2014
Users Ultra Membership, Users Community and Member Profiles With PayPal Integration Plugin <= 1.3.58 - SQL Injection 9.8 October 22, 2014
YourMembers <= 3.0 - SQL Injection CVE-2014-100003 9.8 Tien Tran Dinh October 14, 2014
Work The Flow <= 2.3.1 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 nopesled October 12, 2014
Enfold < 3.0.1 - Unspecified Vulnerability CVE-2014-7297 9.8 Barak Tawily October 7, 2014
Infusionsoft Gravity Forms Add-on 1.5.3 - 1.5.10 - Arbitrary File Upload CVE-2014-6446 9.8 us3r777, James Hooker October 6, 2014
WP eCommerce < - SQL Injection CVE-2012-5310 9.8 October 5, 2014

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