CVE-2023-37891

CVSS 3.1 Score 4.3 of 10 (medium)

Details

Published Oct 3, 2023
Updated: Oct 4, 2023
CWE ID 352

Summary

CVE-2023-37891 is a Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) vulnerability found in the OptiMonk OptiMonk: Popups, Personalization & A/B Testing plugin versions <= 2.0.4. This vulnerability affects various products, including s4Yc2i, s4Yc2j, s4Yc2g, s4Yc2h, s4Yc2a, s4Yc2b, s4Yc2Y, s4Yc2Z, s4Yc2e, s4Yc2f, s4Yc2c, s4Yc2d, s4Yc2S, s4Yc2T, s4Yc2W, s4Yc2X, s4ycU and 7 more. The risk score for this vulnerability is 66 with a base severity of MEDIUM. It requires user interaction and can be exploited over the network. The potential danger to organizations is low integrity impact and no confidentiality impact. To remediate this vulnerability, organizations should update to a version of the OptiMonk plugin that is higher than 2.0.4.

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