Zoho ManageEngine OpManager before 12.3 build 123214 allows Unrestricted Arbitrary File Upload.
Unrestricted File Upload in JEECG v4.0 and earlier allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code or gain privileges by uploading a crafted file to the component „jeecgFormDemoController.do?commonUpload“.
The Imagements WordPress plugin through 1.2.5 allows images to be uploaded in comments, however only checks for the Content-Type in the request to forbid dangerous files. This allows unauthenticated attackers to upload arbitrary files by using a valid image Content-Type along with a PHP filename and code, leading to RCE.
The OpenID Connect Generic Client WordPress plugin 3.8.0 and 3.8.1 did not sanitise the login error when output back in the login form, leading to a reflected Cross-Site Scripting issue. This issue does not require authentication and can be exploited with the default configuration.
The College publisher Import WordPress plugin through 0.1 does not check for the uploaded CSV file to import, allowing high privilege users to upload arbitrary files, such as PHP, leading to RCE. Due to the lack of CSRF check, the issue could also be exploited via a CSRF attack.
The Classyfrieds WordPress plugin through 3.8 does not properly check the uploaded file when an authenticated user adds a listing, only checking the content-type in the request. This allows any authenticated user to upload arbitrary PHP files via the Add Listing feature of the plugin, leading to RCE.
The Event Banner WordPress plugin through 1.3 does not verify the uploaded image file, allowing admin accounts to upload arbitrary files, such as .exe, .php, or others executable, leading to RCE. Due to the lack of CSRF check, the issue can also be used via such vector to achieve the same result, or via a LFI as authorisation checks are missing (but would require WP to be loaded)
The Business Directory Plugin â€“ Easy Listing Directories for WordPress WordPress plugin before 5.11.1 did not properly check for imported files, forbidding certain extension via a blacklist approach, allowing administrator to import an archive with a .php4 inside for example, leading to RCE