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Sep 19, 2014
Researcher: NULL_Pointer
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Aug 2, 2014
Researcher: Claudio Viviani
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Researcher: Sammy Forgit
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Researcher: Charlie Eriksen
Title CVE ID CVSS Researchers Date
Category and Page Icons <= 0.9.1 - Arbitrary File Upload and Deletion 9.8 KingSkrupellos September 29, 2014
I Recommend This < 3.7.3 - SQL Injection CVE-2014-10376 9.8 Oskar Adin September 24, 2014
Konzept (Unkown Versions) - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 NULL_Pointer September 19, 2014
Gallery Objects <= 0.4 - SQL Injection CVE-2014-5201 9.8 Claudio Viviani September 19, 2014
Custom Contact Forms <= - Missing Authorization 9.8 Marc-Alexandre Montpas September 17, 2014
Support Plus Responsive Ticket System <= 4.1 - SQL Injection CVE-2014-10387 9.8 Fikri Fadzil September 9, 2014
Epic Church by Organized Themes <= 3.6 - Arbitrary File Download CVE-2014-10396 9.8 Ashiyane Digital Security Team September 8, 2014
WordPress Spreadsheet <= 0.62 - SQL Injection CVE-2014-8363 9.8 Ashiyane Digital Security Team August 6, 2014
Gmedia Photo Gallery < 1.2.2 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Claudio Viviani August 2, 2014
Global Flash Gallery <= 0.15.1 - SQL Injection 9.8 August 1, 2014
Font Uploader <= 1.3 - Arbitrary File Upload CVE-2012-3814 9.8 Sammy Forgit August 1, 2014
MyFTP <= 1.1 - SQL Injection 9.8 Ashiyane Digital Security Team August 1, 2014
Uploader <= 1.0.4 - Arbitrary File Upload 9.8 Sammy Forgit August 1, 2014
Yoast Duplicate Post <= 2.5 - SQL Injection CVE-2014-10379 9.8 August 1, 2014
W3 Total Cache <= - Remote Code Execution CVE-2013-2010 9.8 H D Moore, Christian Mehlmauer, juan vazquez, temp66 August 1, 2014
Album and Image Gallery with Lightbox – Flagallery Photo Portfolio <= 0.59 - SQL Injection 9.8 High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab August 1, 2014
MailPoet Newsletters <= 2.6.6 - Arbitrary File Upload CVE-2014-4725 9.8 Sucuri Research Team August 1, 2014
WP Super Cache < 1.3.2 - Remote Code Execution CVE-2013-2011 9.8 Kurt Seifried (Red Hat SRT) August 1, 2014
WP Symposium <= 12.11 - SQL Injections 9.8 Charlie Eriksen August 1, 2014
Gravity Upload Ajax <= 1.1 - Unrestricted File Upload CVE-2014-4972 9.8 James Hooker August 1, 2014

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