Exploits found on the INTERNET

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2017-06-15Invision Power Board 4.1.19.2 XSS / CSRF / File Upload / DisclosurePublished
2015-05-30Invision Power Board 3.4.7 SQL InjectionPublished
2014-11-25Invision Power Board <= 3.4.7 password changePublished
2014-07-05Invision Power Board 3.4.6 Full Path DisclosurePublished
2013-08-30Invision Power Board 3.4.5 Full Path DisclosurePublished
2013-05-14Invision Power Board IPB 1.x? / 2.x / 3.x Admin Takeover code executionPublished
2013-03-05Invision Power Board < =3.4.1 persistent XSS BBCodePublished
2013-03-05Invision Power Board <= 3.4.1 persistent XSS About mePublished
2013-03-04Invision Power Board < 3.4.2 Full Path DisclosurePublished
2012-11-07Invision Power Board <= 3.3.4 unserialize PHP Code ExecutionPublished
2012-04-16Invision Power Board 3.3.0 Local File InclusionPublished
2012-03-20Invision Power Board 3.2.3 Cross Site ScriptingPublished
2010-06-15Invision Power Board 3.0.5 - full path disclosuresPublished
2010-06-15Invision Power Board 3.0.5 - stored Cross site ScriptingPublished
2010-03-16Invision Power Board 1.3 Currency Modedit SQL injectionPublished
2009-12-10Invision Power Board 3.0.4 local file inclusion and remote SQL injectionPublished
2009-04-08Invision Power Board <=2.3.x iFrame VulnPublished
2007-10-23Invision Power Board Plaintext Password Disclosure VulnPublished
2007-08-26Invision Power Board D22-Shoutbox HTML InjectionsPublished
2007-03-06Invision Power Board SQL injectionPublished
2006-07-25Invision Power Board v1.X & 2.X SQL InjectionPublished
2006-07-25Invision Power Board v1.3 Final SQL InjectionPublished
2006-03-23XSS IN Invision Power BoardPublished
2006-03-08SQL injection in Invision Power Board v2.1.5Published




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