WordPress Easy2Map 1.2.9 Local File Inclusion / Directory Traversal

2015.10.06
Risk: Medium
Local: No
Remote: Yes
CWE: CWE-22
CWE-98

Vulnerability title: Multiple Path/Directory Traversal and/or Local File Inclusion in Easy2Map version 1.2.9 WordPress plugin CVE: CVE-2015-7669 Vendor: Steven Ellis Product: Easy2Map Affected version: 1.2.9 Fixed version: 1.3.0 Reported by: Ibéria Medeiros Vulnerability Details: ===================== It was discovered that no protection against two Path/Directory Traversal (PT/DT) and/or Local File Inclusion (LFI) attacks was implemented, resulting in an attacker being able to access to files from website directory and/or file system directory (PT/DT); and/or access to files that were previously stored in computer victim, by a upload file functionality, then execute them in computer victim. The Easy2Map version 1.2.9 WordPress plugin is vulnerable to 2 PT/DT and/or LFI vulnerabilities. The includes/MapImportCSV2.php and includes/MapImportCSV.php files are vulnerable to Path or Directory Traversal (PT/DT) and/or Local File Inclusion (LFI) attacks via $_FILES["csvfile"]['tmp_name'] parameter. System affected: =============== Any system that access to a web site developed by WordPress CMS version 4.3.1 or earlier and uses the Easy2Map version 1.2.9 or earlier. Advisory: ======== https://wordpress.org/plugins/easy2map/changelog/ item: "Increased data sanitization logic, for improved plugin security." Solution: ======== Update to Easy2Map version 1.3.0 plugin. https://wordpress.org/plugins/easy2map/ Disclosure Timeline: =================== Vendor notification: September 22, 2015 Vendor fixed vulnerability: October 4, 2015 Public advisory: October 4, 2015 Public disclosure: October 4, 2015

References:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/easy2map/changelog/


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