The E2Pdf WordPress plugin before 1.20.20 does not sanitize and escape some of its settings, which could allow high privilege users to perform Cross-Site Scripting attacks even when the unfiltered_html capability is disallowed
The Fattura24 WordPress plugin before 6.2.8 does not sanitize or escape the ‘id’ parameter before outputting it back in the page, leading to a reflected Cross-Site Scripting vulnerability.
The EventPrime WordPress plugin before 3.2.0 does not have CSRF checks when creating bookings, which could allow attackers to make logged in users create unwanted bookings via CSRF attacks.
The CITS Support svg, webp Media and TTF,OTF File Upload WordPress plugin before 3.0 does not sanitise uploaded SVG files, which could allow users with a role as low as Author to upload a malicious SVG containing XSS payloads.
The WordPress File Sharing Plugin WordPress plugin before 2.0.5 does not check authorization before displaying files and folders, allowing users to gain access to those filed by manipulating IDs which can easily be brute forced
The Campaign Monitor Forms by Optin Cat WordPress plugin before 2.5.6 does not prevent users with low privileges (like subscribers) from overwriting any options on a site with the string "true", which could lead to a variety of outcomes, including DoS.
The WP Meta and Date Remover WordPress plugin before 2.2.0 provides an AJAX endpoint for configuring the plugin settings. This endpoint has no capability checks and does not sanitize the user input, which is then later output unescaped. Allowing any authenticated users, such as subscriber change them and perform Stored Cross-Site Scripting.
The Memberlite Shortcodes WordPress plugin before 1.3.9 does not validate and escape some of its shortcode attributes before outputting them back in the page, which could allow users with a role as low as contributor to perform Stored Cross-Site Scripting attacks which could be used against high privilege users such as admin.
The EventPrime WordPress plugin before 3.2.0 does not sanitise and escape a parameter before outputting it back in the page, leading to an HTML Injection on the plugin in the search area of the website.
** REJECT ** The SRCU code was added in upstream kernel v6.4-rc1 and removed before v6.4. This bug only existed in development kernels. Please see https://lore.kernel.org/all/[email protected] and https://bugzilla.suse.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1215932 for more information.