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The admin backend in phpMyFAQ before 2.9.11 allows CSV injection in reports.
phpMyFAQ before 2.9.11 allows CSRF.
phpMyFAQ before 2.8.13 allows remote attackers to bypass the CAPTCHA protection mechanism by replaying the request.
phpMyFAQ before 2.8.13 allows remote authenticated users with admin privileges to bypass authorization via a crafted instance ID parameter.
phpMyFAQ before 2.8.13 allows remote attackers to read arbitrary attachments via a direct request.
phpMyFAQ before 2.8.13 allows remote authenticated users with certain permissions to read arbitrary attachments by leveraging incorrect "download an attachment" permission checks.
Multiple cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities in phpMyFAQ before 2.8.13 allow remote attackers to hijack the authentication of unspecified users for requests that (1) delete active users by leveraging improper validation of CSRF tokens or that (2) delete open questions, (3) activate users, (4) publish FAQs, (5) add or delete Glossary, (6) add or delete FAQ news, or (7) add or delete comments or add votes by leveraging lack of a CSRF token.
SQL injection vulnerability in phpMyFAQ before 2.8.13 allows remote authenticated users with certain permissions to execute arbitrary SQL commands via vectors involving the restore function.
In phpMyFaq before 2.9.9, there is XSS in admin/tags.main.php via a crafted tag.
In phpMyFaq before 2.9.9, there is CSRF in admin/ajax.config.php.
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