Advisory Published


First published: Sat Nov 18 2023(Updated: )

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

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the vulnerability ID of this vulnerability?

    The vulnerability ID is GHSA-chj5-8wxj-rxg8.

  • What is the title of this vulnerability?

    The title of this vulnerability is 'OpenCRX version 5.2.0 is vulnerable to HTML injection via the Accounts Name Field.'

  • What is the severity of this vulnerability?

    The severity of this vulnerability is not provided.

  • How can this vulnerability be exploited?

    This vulnerability can be exploited by injecting HTML code into the Accounts Name Field in OpenCRX version 5.2.0.

  • Is there a fix for this vulnerability?

    There is no information provided about a fix for this vulnerability.


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