CVE-2022-44073 Zenario CMS 9.3.57186 is vulnerable to Cross Site Scripting (XSS) via svg,Users & Contacts.

CVE-2022-44073 Zenario CMS 9.3.57186 is vulnerable to Cross Site Scripting (XSS) via svg,Users & Contacts.

XSS is a class of security vulnerabilities that enable an attacker to inject code into a Web application’s output that is not intended to be displayed to users.

Cross site scripting occurs when one Web application is vulnerable to XSS and another Web application is vulnerable to SQL injection.

Hence, attackers can inject malicious codes into the application that accepts user input.

It is recommended for site administrators to conduct a thorough risk assessment before implementing any new functionality or upgrading to a new version of software.
XSS can be exploited during the following activities: - Creating user accounts. - Navigating through the site or accessing data. - Changing settings.
XXXS can be exploited during the following activities: - Creating user accounts. - Navigating through the site or accessing data. - Changing settings. - Registering a new product or updating an existing one. - Approving a new subscription or updating an existing one. - Changing or deactivating a service. - Changing or reactivating a credit card. - Changing or deleting a password. - Changing or viewing contact details. - Sending a message or posting on a forum. - Changing a quote or invoice. - Buying something from a vendor. - Renewing a subscription or purchasing a new one. - Enrolling a new user or removing an existing one. - Changing or deactivating a security precaution. - Changing a payment method. - Changing or changing location of a vacation/business/etc. - Changing or

Create user accounts

Unintentional cross-site scripting can be exploited during the following activities: - Creating user accounts. - Navigating through the site or accessing data.
XXS can be exploited during the following activities: - Navigating through the site or accessing data.
Therefore, to prevent XSS, keep your website up to date and make sure all Web applications are properly secured.
To mitigate XXS, try to limit access to your website.

Creating user accounts

User account creation is one of the most popular activities that XSS can enable. This is because user accounts are a huge part of how websites function and grow. As more people create accounts, you have an opportunity to target them specifically with ads or other marketing material.

For example, an online store could buy CPC advertising on Google to target customers who are searching for products similar to ones they're interested in buying. If XSS is enabled, then the attackers would be able to input code that would display different ads on the website than the original site intended.

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