Unrestricted Upload of File with Dangerous Type in DotCMS v5.2.3 and earlier allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via the component „/src/main/java/com/dotmarketing/filters/CMSFilter.java“.
The shopp_upload_file AJAX action of the Shopp WordPress plugin through 1.4, available to both unauthenticated and authenticated user does not have any security measure in place to prevent upload of malicious files, such as PHP, allowing unauthenticated users to upload arbitrary files and leading to RCE
The Fileviewer WordPress plugin through 2.2 does not have CSRF checks in place when performing actions such as upload and delete files. As a result, attackers could make a logged in administrator delete and upload arbitrary files via a CSRF attack
The Email Artillery (MASS EMAIL) WordPress plugin through 4.1 does not properly check the uploaded files from the Import Emails feature, allowing arbitrary files to be uploaded. Furthermore, the plugin is also lacking any CSRF check, allowing such issue to be exploited via a CSRF attack as well. However, due to the presence of a .htaccess, denying access to everything in the folder the file is uploaded to, the malicious uploaded file will only be accessible on Web Servers such as Nginx/IIS
The WordPress Simple Ecommerce Shopping Cart Plugin- Sell products through Paypal plugin through 2.2.5 does not check for the uploaded Downloadable Digital product file, allowing any file, such as PHP to be uploaded by an administrator. Furthermore, as there is no CSRF in place, attackers could also make a logged admin upload a malicious PHP file, which would lead to RCE