Advisory Published


First published: Sat Nov 18 2023(Updated: )

OpenCRX version 5.2.0 is vulnerable to HTML injection via Activity Milestone Name Field.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the vulnerability ID?

    The vulnerability ID for OpenCRX version 5.2.0 HTML injection via Activity Milestone Name Field is GHSA-qjmx-q5m4-xqf5.

  • What is the affected software?

    OpenCRX version 5.2.0 is affected by this vulnerability.

  • What is the severity level of this vulnerability?

    The severity level of the vulnerability GHSA-qjmx-q5m4-xqf5 is not specified in the provided information.

  • How can I fix the vulnerability GHSA-qjmx-q5m4-xqf5?

    To fix the vulnerability GHSA-qjmx-q5m4-xqf5 in OpenCRX version 5.2.0, it is recommended to update to a patched version or apply the necessary security patches provided by the vendor.

  • Where can I find more information about this vulnerability?

    More information about vulnerability GHSA-qjmx-q5m4-xqf5 can be found in the NIST National Vulnerability Database (NVD) at and in the GitHub advisory at


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