Advisory Published
Advisory Published


First published: Sat Nov 18 2023(Updated: )

OpenCRX version 5.2.0 is vulnerable to HTML injection via the Accounts Name Field.


Affected SoftwareAffected VersionHow to fix
Opencrx Opencrx=5.2.0

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is CVE-2023-40814?

    CVE-2023-40814 is a vulnerability in OpenCRX version 5.2.0 that allows for HTML injection via the Accounts Name Field.

  • What is the severity of CVE-2023-40814?

    The severity of CVE-2023-40814 is dependent on the impact of the injected HTML code, but it can potentially lead to unauthorized access or data manipulation.

  • How can I determine if I am using an affected version of OpenCRX?

    You can determine if you are using an affected version of OpenCRX by checking if you have version 5.2.0 installed.

  • How can I fix the CVE-2023-40814 vulnerability?

    To fix the CVE-2023-40814 vulnerability, you should upgrade to a version of OpenCRX that is not affected by this vulnerability.

  • Where can I find more information about CVE-2023-40814?

    You can find more information about CVE-2023-40814 on the following websites: [](, [NVD](, [GitHub](


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