CVSS 3.1 Score 8.8 of 10 (high)


Published Oct 16, 2023
Updated: Nov 7, 2023
CWE ID 352


CVE-2023-4827 is a vulnerability found in the File Manager Pro WordPress plugin before version 1.8. The vulnerability allows attackers to exploit Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) by bypassing proper CSRF nonce checks in the fs_connector AJAX action. This can lead to unauthorized file system actions being performed by highly privileged users through CSRF attacks, such as uploading a web shell. The vulnerability affects multiple products, including tEjR_m, tEjR_n, tEjR_k, tEjR_l, tEjR_i, tEjR_j, tEjR_g, tEjR_h, tEjR_o, tEjR_p, tEjR_e, tEjR_f, tEjR_c, tEjR_d, tEjR_a, and tEjR_b. Organizations can remediate this vulnerability by updating the File Manager Pro plugin to version 1.8 or higher. The vulnerability has a high base severity score of 8.8 and poses a significant danger to organizations as it can allow unauthorized access to files and compromise the integrity and confidentiality of their systems.


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