CVE-2022-1966 Reject candidate with same ID as CVE-2022-32250.

When creating a candidate for this issue, you must check the box that says “This vulnerability applies to Base.** [Company]’s products.” CVE-2018-13807: Insecure handling of guestbook data in CPanel/WHM When creating a candidate for this issue, you must include a description of the affected software and a link to the official bug report(s) for the software.

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Vulnerability: Insecure handling of guestbook data in CPanel/WHM

The CPanel and WHM software versions on the affected server may have a vulnerability that can allow an attacker to gain access to guestbook data.

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