A Cross-Site Scripting vulnerability was found in the Caldera Forms WordPress Plugin. This issue allows an attacker to perform a wide variety of actions, such as stealing Administrators' session tokens, or performing arbitrary actions on their behalf. In order to exploit this issue, the attacker has to lure/force a logged on WordPress Administrator into opening a malicious website.
This issue was successfully tested on Caldera Forms WordPress Plugin version 126.96.36.199
The Caldera Forms developers issued a fix in Caldera Forms 1.4.2, which adds nonces for multiple functions (including
create_form()), therefore effectively solving this issue.
A Cross-Site Scripting vulnerability was found in the Caldera Forms WordPress Plugin, as the source code such as the creating new forms does not include an anti-Cross-Site Request Forgery token.
A Stored Cross-Site Scripting vulnerability exists in the Caldera Forms WordPress plugin. This vulnerability allows an attacker to perform any action with the privileges of the target user. The affected code is not protected with an anti-Cross-Site Request Forgery token. Consequently, it can be exploited by luring the target user into clicking a specially crafted link or visiting a malicious website (or advertisement).
The vulnerability exists in the file
caldera-forms/classes/admin.php and is located in the function
1417: echo $newform['ID'];
Proof of concept
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> <form action="http://<target>/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php" method="POST"> <div> <input name="before" value="serialize_modal_form"/> <input name="data" value="name=%3Cscript%3Ealert(1)%3C%2Fscript%3E"/> <input name="template" value="0"/> <input name="callback" value="new_form_redirect"/> <input name="modalAutoclose" value="new_form"/> <input name="action" value="create_form"/> <button type="submit">send</button> </div> </form> </body> </html>