CVSS 3.1 Score 6.1 of 10 (medium)


Published Sep 5, 2023
Updated: Nov 9, 2023


CVE-2023-39366 is a Stored Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability found in Cacti, an open-source operational monitoring and fault management framework. This vulnerability allows an authenticated user to inject and execute malicious JavaScript code in the victim's browser. The vulnerability can be exploited by configuring a malicious device name through the `host.php` script, and the payload is exhibited in the `data_sources.php` page. The affected versions of Cacti include multiple products, such as gLYKoo, pFOLRw, Z-eGx2, eP35NW, and others. The risk score for this vulnerability is 26 out of 100, with a medium severity rating. It requires high privileges and user interaction to exploit. The potential danger of this vulnerability lies in the compromise of data integrity and confidentiality within organizations using Cacti. To remediate this vulnerability, users should update to a patched version or apply relevant security patches provided by the vendor.


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