Advisory Published


First published: Wed Nov 15 2023(Updated: )

MyPrestaModules ordersexport before v5.0 was discovered to contain multiple SQL injection vulnerabilities at send.php via the key and save_setting parameters.

Credit: cve@mitre.org

Affected SoftwareAffected VersionHow to fix
Myprestamodules Orders \(csv\, Excel\) Export<5.0

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the CVE ID of this vulnerability?

    The CVE ID of this vulnerability is CVE-2023-40923.

  • What is the severity of CVE-2023-40923?

    The severity of CVE-2023-40923 is high.

  • What is the affected software of CVE-2023-40923?

    The affected software of CVE-2023-40923 is MyPrestaModules ordersexport before v5.0.

  • How was the vulnerability discovered?

    The vulnerability was discovered at send.php via the key and save_setting parameters.

  • Is there a fix available for CVE-2023-40923?

    Yes, a fix is available for CVE-2023-40923. It is recommended to update to version 5.0 or later of MyPrestaModules ordersexport.


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