Latest getawesomesupport awesome support Vulnerabilities

Awesome Support < 6.1.5 - Submitter+ Arbitrary File Deletion
Getawesomesupport Awesome Support<6.1.5
Awesome Support < 6.1.5 - Insufficient permission check in wpas_edit_reply
Getawesomesupport Awesome Support<6.1.5
Awesome Support < 6.1.5 - Reflected Cross-Site Scripting
Getawesomesupport Awesome Support<6.1.5
The Awesome Support WordPress plugin before 6.1.2 does not ensure that the exported tickets archive to be downloaded belongs to the user making the request, allowing a low privileged user, such as sub...
Getawesomesupport Awesome Support<6.1.2
Multiple Authenticated (custom specific plugin role) Persistent Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in Awesome Support plugin <= 6.0.7 at WordPress.
Getawesomesupport Awesome Support<=6.0.7
Multiple Authenticated Reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in WordPress Awesome Support plugin (versions <= 6.0.6), vulnerable parameters (&id, &assignee).
Getawesomesupport Awesome Support<=6.0.6
The awesome-support plugin before 3.1.7 for WordPress has XSS via custom information messages.
Getawesomesupport Awesome Support<3.1.7
The awesome-support plugin before 3.1.7 for WordPress has a security issue in which shortcodes are allowed in replies.
Getawesomesupport Awesome Support<3.1.7


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