CVE-2022-44071 Zenario CMS 9.3.57186 is is vulnerable to Cross Site Scripting (XSS) via profile.

CVE-2022-44071 Zenario CMS 9.3.57186 is is vulnerable to Cross Site Scripting (XSS) via profile.

An attacker can trick a user into entering malicious code into the profile form via XSS. XSS is a type of malicious code that can be injected into a website’s code by hackers. This results in the execution of script code in the browser of unsuspecting visitors when they visit the website. XSS can be exploited by hackers to steal sensitive information, launch attacks, get login details, etc. XSS is often exploited in the following ways: Insecure or public login forms - If a user has to enter their login details when visiting a website, an attacker can use this as an opportunity to exploit XSS. An attacker can send malicious code that is injected into a website’s code to trick a user into logging into a website with their credentials. The malicious code then has access to the user’s information on the website.

Insecure or public registration forms - Where a user has to enter personal information when visiting a website, an attacker can use this as an opportunity to exploit XSS. An attacker can send malicious code that is injected into a website’s code to trick a user into supplying their information. The malicious code then has access to the user’s information on the website.

Insecure or public comments forms - Where a user has to enter information when leaving a comment on a website, an attacker can use this as an opportunity to exploit XSS. An attacker can send malicious code that is injected into a website’s

Improving Website Security with CSS and HTML

There are many reasons why website security is important for a company’s business. A website with lax security can result in one of two scenarios. The first scenario is that the website can be hacked and held hostage, which could result in a loss of revenue. This is a significant cost to your business, so it’s important to have a plan in place to prevent this from happening. The second potential scenario is that visitors can be tricked into clicking on malicious links or entering their personal information (such as banking details) in an insecure comment form on your website.
If you are looking to improve website security, then use CSS and HTML to do so. They function similarly by blocking unwanted content from being displayed on the page and barring certain file types from loading into the browser. However, CSS and HTML don’t just stop hackers; they also protect against accidental data input by visitors. Because CSS and HTML are standards-based technologies, users are directed away from potentially dangerous paths when visiting any site that uses them on the front-end of their web browsers (i.e., before JavaScript).

XSS and Stored XSS

XSS (Cross Site Scripting) is a type of malicious code that can be injected into a website’s code. The result of this is the execution of script code in the browser of unsuspecting visitors when they visit the website. XSS exploits are often carried out by hackers to steal sensitive information, launch attacks, get login details, etc.

Stored XSS is an attack where an attacker sends malicious JavaScript or HTML that is stored on a website’s server instead of being sent to the visitor. This allows them to execute it later during another visit and capture sensitive information like passwords or credit card details.

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