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1337day-Exploits posted a topic in Updated ExploitsWordPress FCKEditor-For-Wordpress-Plugin plugin version 3.3.1 suffers from a remote shell upload vulnerability. View the full article
1337day-Exploits posted a topic in Updated ExploitsPHP Server Monitor version 3.3.1 suffers from a cross site request forgery vulnerability. View the full article