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Date: Sun, 14 Sep 2014 23:11:13 -0700
From: "Voxel@...ht" <voxelnight@...atioustendencies.com>
To: <fulldisclosure@...lists.org>
Subject: [FD] Wordfence v5.2.3 (Wordpress Security Plugin) - Multiple
 Vulnerabilities



Wordfence v5.2.3 suffers from multiple vulnerabilities.
Stored XSS in IPTraf.php resulting from failing to sanitize $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']
Stored XSS in cached pages resulting from failing to sanitize $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] <-- Yep, you can put javascript in the host header
Insufficient Logging - One can trivially avoid having your requests logged because of some crappy code designed to filter out some types of requests
Throttle bypass - Unlogged requests won't trigger automatic throttling and banning
Revolution Slider exploit protection bypass - people seriously need to learn how $_REQUEST works.
Also, if you have a few bucks to buy a domain name, you can make the plugin tell the admin that your IP belongs to google when they try to ban you.

Details can be found here: https://vexatioustendencies.com/wordfence-v5-2-3-2-stored-xss-insufficient-logging-throttle-bypass-exploit-detection-bypass/

-Voxel@...ht


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