WordPress plugin exploit puts more than one million sites at risk

Four severe vulnerabilities have been identified in a single WordPress plugin used by more than one million websites. The bugs were discovered affecting the Ninja Forms plugin, a drag-and-drop form builder, and could be used to take over a WordPress site and redirect administrators to malicious portals.

The first flaw makes it possible to redirect site owners to arbitrary locations, taking advantage of the wp_safe_redirect function. Attackers could craft a link with a redirect parameter that takes the site owner to a malicious URL by indicating that an inquiry into a site’s unusual behavior was taking place. This could be enough to convince the administrator to unwittingly click on the malicious link.

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