IDCVSSSummaryLast (major) updatePublished
CVE-2020-24948 6.5
The ao_ccss_import AJAX call in Autoptimize Wordpress Plugin 2.7.6 does not ensure that the file provided is a legitimate Zip file, allowing high privilege users to upload arbitrary files, such as PHP, leading to remote command execution.
04-03-2021 - 20:45 03-09-2020 - 15:15
CVE-2021-24332 3.5
The Autoptimize WordPress plugin before 2.8.4 was missing proper escaping and sanitisation in some of its settings, allowing high privilege users to set XSS payloads in them, leading to stored Cross-Site Scripting issues
28-05-2021 - 20:04 24-05-2021 - 11:15
CVE-2021-24378 3.5
The Autoptimize WordPress plugin before 2.7.8 does not check for malicious files such as .html in the archive uploaded via the 'Import Settings' feature. As a result, it is possible for a high privilege user to upload a malicious file containing Java
25-06-2021 - 14:52 21-06-2021 - 20:15
CVE-2021-24377 6.8
The Autoptimize WordPress plugin before 2.7.8 attempts to remove potential malicious files from the extracted archive uploaded via the 'Import Settings' feature, however this is not sufficient to protect against RCE as a race condition can be achieve
29-06-2021 - 11:15 21-06-2021 - 20:15
CVE-2021-24376 7.5
The Autoptimize WordPress plugin before 2.7.8 attempts to delete malicious files (such as .php) form the uploaded archive via the "Import Settings" feature, after its extraction. However, the extracted folders are not checked and it is possible to up
29-06-2021 - 11:15 21-06-2021 - 20:15
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