First published: Tue Nov 14 2023(Updated: )
### Impact Similar to [another advisory](https://github.com/statamic/cms/security/advisories/GHSA-72hg-5wr5-rmfc), certain additional PHP files crafted to look like images may be uploaded regardless of mime type validation rules. This affects front-end forms using the "Forms" feature, and asset upload fields in the control panel. ### Patches It has been patched in 3.4.14 and 4.34.0.
Statamic is a flat-first, Laravel + Git powered CMS designed for building websites. In affected versions certain additional PHP files crafted to look like images may be uploaded regardless of mime type validation rules. This affects front-end forms using the "Forms" feature, and asset upload fields in the control panel. Malicious users could leverage this vulnerability to upload and execute code. This issue has been patched in versions 3.4.14 and 4.34.0. Users are advised to upgrade. There are no known workarounds for this vulnerability.
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The vulnerability ID for this remote code execution vulnerability is CVE-2023-48217.
The severity of CVE-2023-48217 is high (severity value of 8.8).
The Statamic CMS versions 3.4.14 and below, and versions 4.0.0 to 4.34.0 are affected by CVE-2023-48217.
To fix the CVE-2023-48217 vulnerability, upgrade your Statamic CMS installation to version 3.4.14 or above for versions 3.x, and version 4.34.0 or above for versions 4.x.
The Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) ID for CVE-2023-48217 is CWE-94.