CVSS 3.1 Score 5.4 of 10 (medium)


Published Oct 19, 2023
Updated: Oct 30, 2023


CVE-2023-45815 is a vulnerability in ArchiveBox, an open source self-hosted web archiving system. This vulnerability affects multiple products (tNAEYD, tNAEYC, tNAEYB, tNAEYA, tNAEYF, tNAEYE, tNAEXr, tNAEXv, tNAEXu, tNAEXt, tNAEXs, tNAEX7, tNAEX6, tNAEX5, tNAEX4, tNAEX_, tNAEX-, tNAEX9, tNAEX8, tNAEXz, tNAEXy, tNAEXx ,t NAEXw ,t NAEX3 ,t NAEX2 ,t NAEX1 , and t NA EX0) and has a base severity of MEDIUM with a base score of 5.4. The vulnerability allows an attacker to execute malicious JavaScript code on the ArchiveBox admin site if a user views a specially crafted archived page while logged in. If successfully exploited by an attacker with admin credentials in the same browser session as the ArchiveBox admin site, this vulnerability could allow unauthorized access to modify snapshots and user accounts. Non-logged-in users are also at risk as the malicious JavaScript can read all archived content. Remediation for this vulnerability is not provided in the given information.

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