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Advisory Published

CVE-2023-5509: myStickymenu < 2.6.5 - Subscriber+ Arbitrary Form Leads Deletion

First published: Mon Nov 20 2023(Updated: )

The myStickymenu WordPress plugin before 2.6.5 does not adequately authorize some ajax calls, allowing any logged-in user to perform the actions.


Affected SoftwareAffected VersionHow to fix
Premio Mystickymenu<2.6.5

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the vulnerability ID for this issue?

    The vulnerability ID for this issue is CVE-2023-5509.

  • What is the severity of CVE-2023-5509?

    The severity of CVE-2023-5509 is medium, with a severity keyword of 'medium' and a severity value of 5.4.

  • What is affected by CVE-2023-5509?

    The myStickymenu WordPress plugin before version 2.6.5 is affected by CVE-2023-5509.

  • What does CVE-2023-5509 allow an attacker to do?

    CVE-2023-5509 allows any logged-in user to perform unauthorized actions, such as deleting arbitrary form leads, due to inadequate authorization of some ajax calls.

  • Is there a fix available for CVE-2023-5509?

    The fix for CVE-2023-5509 is to update the myStickymenu plugin to version 2.6.5 or later.


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