CVE-2021-38346

Description

The Brizy Page Builder plugin <= 2.3.11 for WordPress allowed authenticated users to upload executable files to a location of their choice using the brizy_create_block_screenshot AJAX action. The file would be named using the id parameter, which could be prepended with "../" to perform directory traversal, and the file contents were populated via the ibsf parameter, which would be base64-decoded and written to the file. While the plugin added a .jpg extension to all uploaded filenames, a double extension attack was still possible, e.g. a file named shell.php would be saved as shell.php.jpg, and would be executable on a number of common configurations.

CvssV3 impact

Version

3.1

VectorString

CVSS:3.1/AV:N/AC:L/PR:L/UI:N/S:U/C:H/I:H/A:H

AttackVector

NETWORK

AttackComplexity

LOW

PrivilegesRequired

LOW

UserInteraction

NONE

Scope

UNCHANGED

ConfidentialityImpact

HIGH

IntegrityImpact

HIGH

AvailabilityImpact

HIGH

BaseScore

8.8

BaseSeverity

HIGH

CvssV2 impact

AccessComplexity

LOW

ConfidentialityImpact

PARTIAL

AvailabilityImpact

PARTIAL

IntegrityImpact

PARTIAL

BaseScore

6.5

VectorString

AV:N/AC:L/Au:S/C:P/I:P/A:P

Version

2.0

AccessVector

NETWORK

Authentication

SINGLE