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Vulnerability in WPTouch WordPress Plugin Allows Hackers to Upload PHP backdoors

Vulnerability in WPTouch WordPress Plugin Allows Hackers to Upload PHP backdoors

Jul 15, 2014
If you own a mobile version for your Wordpress website using the popular WPtouch plugin, then you may expose to a critical vulnerability that could potentially allow any non-administrative logged-in user to upload malicious PHP files or backdoors to the target server without any admin privileges. WordPress is a free and an open source blogging tool as well as a content management system (CMS) with 30,000 plugins, each of which offers custom functions and features enabling users to tailor their sites to their specific needs. That is why, it is easy to setup and used by more than 73 million of websites across the world, and about 5.7 million them uses WPtouch plugin, making it one of the most popular plugins in the WordPress plugin directory. WPtouch is a mobile plugin that automatically enables a user friendly and elegant mobile theme for rendering your WordPress website contents on the mobile devices. User can easily customize many aspects of its appearance by the adm
Worst Day for eBAY, Multiple Flaws leave Millions of Users vulnerable to Hackers

Worst Day for eBAY, Multiple Flaws leave Millions of Users vulnerable to Hackers

May 23, 2014
It's not been more than 36 hours since eBay revealed it was hacked and we just come to know about three more critical vulnerabilities in eBay website that could allow an attacker to compromise users' account once again, even if you have already reset your account password after the last announcement. Yesterday eBay admitted to the massive data breach that affected 145 million registered users worldwide after its database was compromised. eBay urged its 145 million users to change their passwords after the cyber attack, but are passwords enough? eBay Data breach happened mainly because of their vulnerable infrastructure, not weak passwords. I think eBay's morning just going to be bad to worse as today, three Security researchers came forward with three more different types of critical flaws in eBay website that leave its 145 million users vulnerable to hackers. HACKER UPLOADED SHELL ON eBAY SERVER (UNPATCHED) A critical security flaw in the eBay website for i
WSO Web Shell 2.5.1 Download

WSO Web Shell 2.5.1 Download

Jun 16, 2011
This utility provides a Web interface for remote operation c operating system and its service / daemon. Opportunity Description / features: Authorization for cookies Server Information File manager (copy, rename, move, delete, chmod, touch, creating files and folders) View, hexview, editing, downloading, uploading files Working with zip archives (packing, unpacking) + compression tar.gz Console SQL Manager (MySql, PostgreSql) Execute PHP code Working with Strings + hash search online databases Bindport and back-Connect (Perl) Bruteforce FTP, MySQL, PgSQL Search files, search text in files Support for * nix-like and Windows systems Antipoiskovik (check User-Agent, if a search engine then returns 404 error) You can use AJAX Small size. The boxed version is 22.8 Kb Choice of encoding, which employs a shell. Changelog (v2.5.1): Remove comments from the first line . Added option to dump certain columns of tables. the size of large files are now well defin
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A SaaS Security Challenge: Getting Permissions All in One Place

A SaaS Security Challenge: Getting Permissions All in One Place 

May 08, 2024Attack Surface / SaaS Security
Permissions in SaaS platforms like Salesforce, Workday, and Microsoft 365 are remarkably precise. They spell out exactly which users have access to which data sets. The terminology differs between apps, but each user's base permission is determined by their role, while additional permissions may be granted based on tasks or projects they are involved with. Layered on top of that are custom permissions required by an individual user.  For example, look at a sales rep who is involved in a tiger team investigating churn while also training two new employees. The sales rep's role would grant her one set of permissions to access prospect data, while the tiger team project would grant access to existing customer data. Meanwhile, special permissions are set up, providing the sales rep with visibility into the accounts of the two new employees. While these permissions are precise, however, they are also very complex. Application admins don't have a single screen within these applications th
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