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2021-06-21
 
CVE-2021-24376

CWE-434
 

 
The Autoptimize WordPress plugin before 2.7.8 attempts to delete malicious files (such as .php) form the uploaded archive via the "Import Settings" feature, after its extraction. However, the extracted folders are not checked and it is possible to upload a zip which contained a directory with PHP file in it and then it is not removed from the disk. It is a bypass of CVE-2020-24948 which allows sending a PHP file via the "Import Settings" functionality to achieve Remote Code Execution.

 
 
CVE-2021-24377

CWE-362
 

 
The Autoptimize WordPress plugin before 2.7.8 attempts to remove potential malicious files from the extracted archive uploaded via the 'Import Settings' feature, however this is not sufficient to protect against RCE as a race condition can be achieved in between the moment the file is extracted on the disk but not yet removed. It is a bypass of CVE-2020-24948.

 
 
CVE-2021-24378

CWE-79
 

 
The Autoptimize WordPress plugin before 2.7.8 does not check for malicious files such as .html in the archive uploaded via the 'Import Settings' feature. As a result, it is possible for a high privilege user to upload a malicious file containing JavaScript code inside an archive which will execute when a victim visits index.html inside the plugin directory.

 
2021-05-24
 
CVE-2021-24332

CWE-79
 

 
The Autoptimize WordPress plugin before 2.8.4 was missing proper escaping and sanitisation in some of its settings, allowing high privilege users to set XSS payloads in them, leading to stored Cross-Site Scripting issues

 
2020-09-03
 
CVE-2020-24948

CWE-434
 

 
The ao_ccss_import AJAX call in Autoptimize Wordpress Plugin 2.7.6 does not ensure that the file provided is a legitimate Zip file, allowing high privilege users to upload arbitrary files, such as PHP, leading to remote command execution.

 


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