Authors:B0UG Risk：High CVE：CVE-2018-10371 0day:Cross-Site Scripting 0day -id:0DAY-176143 Date：2018-05-07
An issue was discovered in the wunderfarm WF Cookie Consent plugin 1.1.3 for WordPress. A persistent cross-site scripting vulnerability has been identified in the web interface of the plugin that allows the execution of arbitrary HTML/script code to be executed in a victim’s web browser via a page title.
WF Cookie Consent is a WordPress plugin which has been designed to display cookie consent notifications on a WordPress website.
1) Access WordPress control panel. 2) Navigate to the 'Pages'. 3) Add a new page and insert the script you wish to inject into the page title. 4) Now navigate to 'Settings' and select 'WF Cookie Consent'. 5) Your injected script will now be executed.
An attacker can execute malicious code in a victim’s browser to perform various activities such as stealing cookies, session tokens, credentials and personal data amongst others.
WordPress websites running “WF Cookie Consent” plugin version 1.1.3 (older versions may also be affected).
Implement a web application such as Wordfence or uninstall the plugin.
April 23, 2018 1: Vulnerability identified.
April 23, 2018 2: Informed developer of the vulnerability.
May 2, 2018 3: No reply from the developer.